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Maths minutes – Book 6 Foreword Maths minutes is a six-book series for pupils in primary schools, that provides a structured daily programme of easy-to-follow activities in the mathematics areas of: number, algebra, shape and space, measurement and handling data. The programme provides a framework to: • promote the ongoing learning of essential maths concepts and skills through practice and reinforcement • develop and maintain speed of recall and maths fluency • develop knowledge and understanding of mathematics terminology • encourage mental maths strategies • provide support to the overall daily mathematics programme.

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Maths minutes – Book 6 features 100 ‘minutes’, each with 10 classroom-tested problems. The problems provide the pupils with practice in the key areas of mathematics for their year level, and basic computational skills. Designed to be implemented in numerical order from 1 to 100, the activities in Maths minutes are developmental through each book and across the series. Comprehensive teachers notes, record-keeping charts, a scope-and-sequence table (showing when each new concept and skill is introduced), and photocopiable pupil reference materials are also included.

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How many minutes does it take to complete a ‘maths minute’? Pupils will enjoy challenging themselves as they apply their mathematical knowledge and understanding to complete a ‘maths minute’ in the fastest possible time. Age levels

• Maths minutes – Book 1

Age 5–6 years

• Maths minutes – Book 2

Age 6–7 years

• Maths minutes – Book 3

Age 7–8 years

• Maths minutes – Book 4

Age 8–9 years

• Maths minutes – Book 5

Age 9–10 years

• Maths minutes – Book 6

Age 10–11 years

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Titles available in this series:

Contents Teachers notes............................................................................................................................ iv – xi How to use this book..............................................................................................................iv – v Minute records – Teacher record table.....................................................................................vi Minute journal – Pupil record sheet...........................................................................................vii Scope and sequence table...................................................................................................... viii Useful maths facts.................................................................................................................. ix – xi Maths minutes 1–100..................................................................................................................1–100 Answers....................................................................................................................................101–105 Prim-Ed Publishing®

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Teachers notes How to use this book Maths minutes can be used in a variety of ways, such as: • a speed test. As the teacher starts a stopwatch, pupils begin the ‘minute’. As each pupil finishes, he/she raises a hand and the teacher calls out the time. The pupil records this time on the appropriate place on the sheet. Alternatively, a particular time can be allocated for the whole class to complete the ‘minute’ in. Pupils record their scores and time on their ‘minute journal’ (see page vii). • a whole-class activity. Work through the ‘minute’ together as a teaching or reviewing activity. • a warm-up activity. Use a ‘minute’ a day as a ‘starter’ or warm-up activity before the main part of the maths lesson begins.

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• a homework activity. If given as a homework activity, it would be most beneficial for the pupils if the ‘minute’ is corrected and reviewed at the start of the following lesson. Encourage pupils to apply the following strategies to help improve their scores and decrease the time taken to complete the 10 questions.

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• To use mental maths strategies whenever possible.

• To move quickly down the page, answering the problems they know first. • To come back to problems they are unsure of, after they have completed all other problems. • To make educated guesses when they encounter problems they are not familiar with.

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• To rewrite word problems as number problems.

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Pupils write their name and the date in the spaces provided.

Questions There are 10 problems, providing practice in every key area of the maths strands.

Score Pupils record their score out of 10 in the space provided.

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‘Maths minute’ number Maths minutes are designed to be completed in numerical order.

Time Pupils record the time taken to complete the ‘minute’ at the bottom of the sheet. (This is optional.)

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Teachers notes Marking Answers are provided for all activities. How these activities are marked will vary according to the teacher’s organisational policy. Methods could include whole-class checking, partner checking, individual pupil checking, or collection by the teacher.

Diagnosis of problem areas Maths minutes provides the teacher with immediate feedback of whole-class and individual pupil understanding. This information is useful for future programming and planning of further opportunities to practise and review the skills and concepts which need addressing.

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Make use of the structured nature of the questions to diagnose problem areas; rather than asking who got 10 out of 10, ask the pupils who got Number 1 correct to raise their hands, Number 2, Number 3 etc. This way you will be able to quickly determine which concepts and calculations are causing problems for the majority of the pupils. Once the routine of Maths minutes is established, the teacher will have time to work with individuals or small groups to assist them with any areas causing problems.

Meeting the needs of individuals

Additional resources:

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The structure of Maths minutes allows some latitude in the way the books are used; for example, it may be impractical (as well as demoralising for some) for all pupils to be using the same book. It can also be difficult for teachers to manage the range of abilities found in any one classroom, so while pupils may be working at different levels from different books, the familiar structure makes it easier to cope with individual differences. An outline of the suggested age range levels each book is suited to is given on page iii.

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• Minute records Teachers can record pupil scores and times on the Minute records table located on page vi. • Scope and sequence The Scope-and-sequence table gives the ‘minute’ in which each new skill and concept appears for the first time. • Minute journal Once a ‘minute’ is completed, pupils record their score and time on their Minute journal, located on page vii. • Useful maths facts Three pages of photocopiable pupil reference materials have been included, which pupils can refer to when required. • Answers to all questions are found on pages 101 to 105.

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Minute records

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27

52

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28

53

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4

29

54

79

5

30

55

80

6

31

56

81

7

32

57

82

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33

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9

34

59

10

35

60

11

36

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13

38

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39

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40

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45

70

95

21

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71

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Time

Score

Date

Minute:

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Date

Minute:

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Time

Score

Date

Minute:

Pupil’s name:

Notes:

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Minute journal Name:

Date

Score

Time

Minute

Date

Score

Time

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Things I am good at:

Things I am good at:

Things I need to work on:

Things I need to work on:

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Scope-and-sequence table Skill or concept

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‘Minute’ in which skill/concept first appears

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Lines............................................................................................................................................1 Place value................................................................................................................................1 Fractions, decimals, percentages (ordering, comparing, recognising)............................1 Fractions (naming, identifying, comparing, reducing)........................................................1 Graphs (bar, line, pie, frequency charts)...............................................................................1 Patterns and sequences..........................................................................................................1 Computation (add, subtract, multiply, divide).....................................................................1 Area of 2-D shapes...................................................................................................................1 Simple probability and odds...................................................................................................2 2-D geometry and shape recognition...................................................................................2 Perimeter – calculating............................................................................................................2 Time (clock, calendar).............................................................................................................3 Spatial reasoning......................................................................................................................3 Number stories and reasoning................................................................................................3 Two-digit addition with trading...............................................................................................4 Decimals (expressing, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division)................................5 Angles.........................................................................................................................................5 Two-digit subtractions with trading.........................................................................................5 Equivalent fractions..................................................................................................................6 Simple algebraic expressions and substitutions....................................................................7 Money........................................................................................................................................8 Rounding....................................................................................................................................9 Simple functions......................................................................................................................10 Solving simple equations........................................................................................................11 Volume of boxes.....................................................................................................................11 Converting fractions to decimals and percentages.........................................................14 Order of operations................................................................................................................17 Fractions (add, subtract, multiply, divide)...........................................................................19 Venn diagrams........................................................................................................................20 Symmetry.................................................................................................................................22 Rows and columns..................................................................................................................22 Fractions (mixed and improper)...........................................................................................26 2-D geometry (circles—radius, diameter)............................................................................27 Estimation.................................................................................................................................41 Bar notation.............................................................................................................................44 Factors and factor trees.........................................................................................................47 Geometry (angles and degrees in a triangle)....................................................................51 Squares, square roots and exponents..................................................................................51 Simple permutations and combinations..............................................................................52 Number lines............................................................................................................................54 Prime numbers.........................................................................................................................55 Analogies.................................................................................................................................57 Coordinate graphs (graphing, points, lines, distances).....................................................63 Integers (add, subtract, multiply and divide).....................................................................63 Midpoints..................................................................................................................................70 Greatest common factors.....................................................................................................83 Mean........................................................................................................................................85

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Useful maths facts – 1 Place value 9741.25 9000.00 700.00 40.00 1.00 .20 .05

thousands

hundreds

tens

units

tenths

hundredths

9

7

4

1

2

5

Factors

Prime numbers

Symbols

A factor of a number is a number that will divide evenly into that number. For example: The factors of 12 are 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 and 12.

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A prime number is a number that can be divided evenly only by 1 and itself. For example: 2, 3, 5, 7 and 11.

Multiples

Composite numbers

A multiple of a number is a number multiplied by other whole numbers. For example: The multiples of 5 are 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 …

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A composite number is a number that can be divided by more than 1 and itself; i.e. it has more than 2 divisors. For example: 4, 6, 8, 9 and 10.

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addition

subtraction

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multiplication

÷

division

=

equal to

p

pence

£

pound

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less than

>

greater than

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Square and rectangular numbers

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A square number is a number that can form the shape of a square. For example: 4, 9, 16, 25 …

A rectangular number is a number that can form the shape of a rectangle. For example: 6, 8, 10, 12 …

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Fractions

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Equivalent fractions

Numerator

one whole

The number above the line, indicating how many parts are in consideration.

1 2

Denominator The number below the line, indicating how many parts the whole number is divided into.

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1 4

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1 8

1 8

1 4

1 8

1 8

1 3 1 6 1 9 1 12

1 10

1 8

1 8

1 12

1 10

1 9 1 12

1 6 1 9 1 12

1 12

1 6 1 9 1 12

1 5 1 10

1 10

1 8 1 3

1 6 1 9 1 12 1 5

1 5 1 10

1 8 1 3

1 6 1 9 1 12

1 4

1 10

1 10

1 9 1 12 1 5

1 6 1 9 1 12

1 9 1 12

1 12 1 5

1 10

1 10

1 10

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Useful maths facts – 2 Length

Fractions, decimals and percentages

Unit

Symbol

Fraction

millimetre

mm

centimetre

cm

metre

m

kilometre

km

1 2 1 3 1 4 1 5 1 8 1 10 1 100

10 mm = 1 cm 100 cm = 1 m 1000 m = 1 km

Decimal

Percentage

0.5

50%

0.33

33%

0.25

25%

0.2

20%

0.125

12.5%

0.1

10%

0.01

1%

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Weight

area = l × w area = 6 m × 1 m area = 6 m2

1m

area = l × w area = 3 cm × 2 cm area = 6 cm2

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The area of a rectangle can be found by applying the formula: area = length × width. 6m 3 cm Examples:

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Abbreviation

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g

kilogram

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Digital

7.15

Capacity Unit

Abbreviation

millilitre

mL

litre

L

1000 mL = 1 L

Digital

Money

1.50

60 seconds

=

1 minute

60 minutes

=

1 hour

24 hours

=

1 day

Unit

Symbol

pence

p

7 days

=

1 week

pound

£

52 weeks

=

1 year

12 months

=

1 year

100p = £1.00

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Useful maths facts – 3 2-D shapes – quadrilaterals

Angles

A quadrilateral is a shape with 4 sides and 4 angles. The total of the angles adds up to 360°. Acute An acute angle is less than 90°.

square 4 sides the same length 4 angles the same size

Right Obtuse A right angle An obtuse angle is is 90°. between 90° and 180°.

rhombus 4 sides the same length 2 pairs of angles the same size

2-D shapes – triangles

rectangle 2 pairs of sides the same length 4 angles the same size

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Scalene triangle 0 sides the same length 0 angles the same size

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circle 1 side, 0 corners

semicircle 2 sides, 2 corners ellipse 1 side, 0 corners pentagon 5 sides, 5 corners hexagon 6 sides, 6 corners octagon 8 sides, 8 corners

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Isosceles triangle 2 sides the same length 2 angles the same size

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Equilateral triangle 3 sides the same length 3 angles the same size

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A triangle is a shape with 3 sides and 3 angles. The total of the angles adds up to 180°.

parallelogram 2 pairs of sides the same length 2 pairs of angles the same size trapezium 1 pair of parallel sides

3-D shapes cube 6 faces 12 edges 8 vertices

cuboid 6 faces 12 edges 8 vertices

cylinder 3 faces 2 edges 0 vertices

cone 2 faces 1 edge 1 vertex

sphere 1 face 0 edges 0 vertices

triangular prism 5 faces 9 edges 6 vertices

pentagonal prism 7 faces 15 edges 10 vertices

hexagonal prism 8 faces 18 edges 12 vertices

tetrahedron (triangular-based pyramid) 4 faces 6 edges 4 vertices

square-based pyramid 5 faces 8 edges 5 vertices octahedron 8 faces 12 edges 6 vertices

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Minute 1 Name:

Date:

1. Circle the number that has a 4 in the tens place. 324

264

4321

49

2. Circle the set of lines that are parallel. A

B C

3. Write these decimals in order from smallest to biggest.

0.403

0.034

0.340

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5. 5 +

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9. (a) 9 × 4 =

10. (a) 28 ÷ 7 =

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7. What is the area (number of squares) of the rectangle to the right?

5 4 3 2 1

A B C D

(b) 9 × 7 =

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(c) 9 × 9 =

(c) 63 ÷ 7 =

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Minute 2 Name:

Date:

1. If you flip a coin 10 times, how many times is it likely to land on heads? Circle:

A 10

B 5

C 2

D impossible to tell

2. Which shape is a pentagon?

Circle: A

B C

D

3. Write each fraction in number form.

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4. Write the fraction that represents the shaded boxes. 5. (3 × 4) + 4 =

6. What comes next in the pattern? 4, 8, 12, 16,

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8. According to the graph to the right:

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C= 9. (a) 8 × 6 = 10. (a)

24 6

My score:

2

C

=

10

5

(b) 8 × 4 = 36

15

20

25

30

35

(c) 8 × 7 = 18

6 = 6 = (b) (c)

10

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Date:

1. If it is 5.32 pm now, what time will it be 24 minutes from now?

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2. How many cubes are in this shape? 3. Write two fractions that represent the shaded boxes. 7 9

8 9

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4. Write > or < in the circle to compare the fractions.

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5. Mel makes arm bracelets. She is making one for each arm of her six friends. How many should she make? bracelets

6. What comes next in the pattern? 2, 4, 8,

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7. Joe wants to build a fence for his dog, Charlie. He plans to surround the rectangle to the right with the fence. How many metres of fencing will he need?

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Number of people

8. How many people took part in this survey? people

(12) (3) =

36

(a) (12) (5) =

14 12

10 m 15 m

Favourite cereals

10 8 6 4 2 0

Brands

(b) (12) (6) = 10. (a) 50 ÷ 5 =

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(c) 45 ÷ 5 =

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Minute 4 Name:

Date:

1. Circle the number with a 5 in the tenths place. 36.05 41.5 50.313 15.38 2. Which of these shapes is a trapezium? Circle: A

B C D

3. 6

3

1 3

1 4. 4

1 3

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5. 2 × (4 + 7) = 2 × (11) =

6. What comes next in the pattern? 123, 224, 325,

Circle:

Yes

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7. Justin has 30 metres of fence. Would this be enough to surround his garden?

Justin’s garden

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Favourite brands

D

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C

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9. (a) 1 + 2 + 3 = (b) 3 + 4 + 5 =

A

25%

B

50%

(c) 5 + 6 + 7 =

10. (a) 38 (b) 43 (c) 26 + 37 + 96 + 57

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Date:

1. The height of a room would most likely be 3

.

kilometres centimetres metres 2. Which angle of the shape is a right angle?

A B

D

of 20 =

4. Write as a decimal: two and three–tenths =

boxes

6. (2 × 3) + (3 × 4) =

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.

A B C D

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5. If the pattern continues, how many boxes should be shaded in row D?

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1

2

4

are

y

3

6

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9. (a) 49 (b) 51 – 28 – 32 10. (a) 14 (b) 23 × 5 × 7

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Minute 6 Name:

Date:

1. To build a school, it might take two

.

days weeks years

A B

2. Which angle of the shape is an obtuse angle? 3. Which of the following is equal to 5 12

D

1 2?

7 14

C

10 25

12 30

4. Write as a decimal: twenty–three hundredths = 0.

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5. The library, post office and petrol station are all on Main Street. The library is three metres west of the post office. The petrol station is six metres east of the post office. How far apart are the library and petrol station? 6. Continue the pattern. A12, B16, C20,

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Ron’s bowling scores

Use the bar graph to answer Questions 8 and 9.

300 250

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7. What is the area of a rectangle with a length of 9 millimetres and a width of 7 millimetres?

200

8. On what day of the week did Ron bowl the best?

100 50

9. On which two days of the week did Ron have the same score? 10. (a) 11 + 43 =

My score:

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10

150

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F

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(b) 26 + 19 =

(c) 18 + 17 =

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1. Which of these shapes does not belong? Circle: A B

C

2. Which angles of the shape are acute angles?

A B

and

3. Which of the following are equal to

1 4?

D

C

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D

5 7 10 12 20 B 21 C 40 D 50

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True

or

False.

7. What is the perimeter of the shape?

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Use the chart to answer Questions 8 and 9. Test scores

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9. Desiree’s score was about twice

’s

as high as

Rick Dana

score.

100

0

10. (a) 3 6 3 6

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(c) 3 5 0 1

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Minute 8 Name:

Date:

1. Justine’s bill at a restaurant is £14.60. She pays with a twenty–pound note. How much change does she get back?

£ For Problems 2 and 3, use the diagram to answer the questions.

B

A

2. Which letter is inside the square and pentagon?

C

3. Which letter is outside the pentagon but inside the triangle?

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4. Write the fraction for the shaded part of each square.

(a)

(b)

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5. If 7 out of 11 balloons are red, what fraction of balloons are NOT red? 6. What comes next in the pattern? 1, 2, 4, 7, 11,

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8. In August, half as many customers visited the shop as in

Customers per month

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100

150

200

250

300

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9. (a) 3.6 (b) 4.9 (c) 12.75 – 0.7 – 0.6 – 0.35 10. (a) 22 (b) 34 (c) 46 × 4 × 5 × 6

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1. Round each number to the nearest ten. (a) 24

(b) 311

(c) 107

2. Which of the following shapes has a right angle?

Circle: A B

C D

3. Which of the following groups of numbers is in order from lowest to highest? A 323, 411, 421, 506

B

C 98, 94, 36, 29

D 200, 199, 198, 405

A 3 ×10 × 2

B

C 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 5 5. 12 ×

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4. Which of the following is NOT equal to 45?

3 × 3 × 5

D 50 – 5

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108, 106, 217, 304

6. What comes next in the pattern?

A

7. Which shape has the greater area?

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8 cm Weights of cars Colour

Weight in kilograms

Blue

1250

Red

1450

Green

1130

9. How much more does the red car weigh than the green car?

3 cm

5 cm

Use the chart to answer Questions 8 and 9. 8. Which car weighs the most?

B

10. (a) 1.2 (b) 1.4 (c) 2.6 × 0.6 × 0.7 × 0.8

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Minute 10 Name:

Date:

1. Which of the following numbers is NOT equal to 36? A 4 × 9

B

18 + 18

C 40 – 6

D 10 + 10 + 10 + 6

2. Which one of these shapes has four angles (corners)? Circle: A B

C D

3. Which of the following groups of numbers is in order from highest to lowest? A 323, 411, 421, 506

B

C 98, 94, 36, 29

D 200, 199, 198, 405

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4. Complete the chart.

108, 106, 217, 304

6. What comes next in the pattern?

Start

End

2.2

2.6

7. Which shape has the greater perimeter? A

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4.7

B

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Eggs laid last season

8. How many eggs did Lucky lay last season?

Lucky

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Clucky Old Red

eggs

Lilly

9. How many more eggs did Clucky lay than Lucky?

Each

= 25 eggs

eggs

10. (a) 3.3 (b) 4.5 (c) 7.2 + 2.4 + 5.6 + 10.3

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Minute 11 Name:

Date:

1. Circle the number with a 4 in the thousands place. 324 421 4321 49 2. Which of these shapes is a hexagon? Circle: A B C D 3. Which of the following is NOT equal to 40? A 4 × 8 + 8

2 × 2 × 5

C 10 + 5 × 6 3 7 2 8 8, 8, 8, 8

pl e

B

42 5. If x = 7, then x =

.

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4. Write the fractions in order from smallest to biggest.

in g

6. What comes next in the pattern? 12, 15, 17, 20, 22, 25,

ew

7. How many cubes would three layers of this shape have?

cubes

A=

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8. According to the graph to the right:

B=

50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0

A

C= 9. (a) 9 × 7 =

10. (a) 3 + 5 + 7 =

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(b) 4 + 7 + 6 =

B

C

(c) 6 × 7 =

(c) 2 + 9 + 8 =

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Minute 12 Name:

Date:

1. While watching a film on television, how many adverts might appear?

A

2 20 200

B

2. Which angle on the shape is an obtuse angle?

D

C

3. Which of the following groups of numbers is in order from lowest to highest? A 0.312, 0.411, 0.601, 0.806

B

C 0.88, 0.84, 0.76, 0.49

D 5.00, 3.19, 1.98, 0.755

1 4

=

x

8,

then x =

pl e

4. If

10.8, 10.6, 31.7, 40.4

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5. Anna finished a race five metres ahead of Jack. Jack finished nine metres ahead of Tina. How many metres ahead of Tina was Anna?

metres

6. Forty tickets were sold for a lottery. If Lon bought two tickets, what are the chances he will win?

5

13

in g

7. What is the perimeter of the triangle? units

12

ew

Use the chart to answer the question.

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8. How many glasses of lemonade did Rhonda sell?

Glasses of lemonade sold

Justin Leah

glasses

9. (a) 2.6 (b) 3.8 + 3.2 + 4.5

Rhonda Candice Each

= 10 glasses.

10. (a) 5.6 (b) 6.3 × 10 × 10

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Minute 13 Name:

Date:

1. Round each number to the nearest hundred. (a) 124

(b) 2311

(c) 48

Use the diagram to answer Questions 2 and 3. 2. Which letter is inside the triangle and the rectangle but is not in the square?

C B A

4. Which fraction is NOT in its simplest form?

1 2 3 2 4 B 5 C 8 D 6

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A

pl e

3. Which letter is inside of all three shapes?

Use the chart to answer Questions 5 and 6.

Year 4 classes

in g

5. According to the chart, what fraction of the total number of pupils in Room 1 are boys? 6. How many boys are in Rooms 1 and 2?

boys

7. (3 × 4) + (2 × 2) = 16

or

True

Girls

Room 1

12

13

Room 2

15

11

False

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Circle:

Boys

9. If

1 2

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8. A teacher says he will give out a prize one day of next week to anyone who works hard. What is the probability that he will give out this prize on Thursday?

×

1 3

=

1 6,

then:

(a)

1 3

×

1 4

=

1 1 5 × 6 = (b)

.

10. (a) 46 (b) 79 (c) 88 – 16 – 16 – 16

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Minute 14 Name:

Date:

1. In the number 1846, the is in the hundreds place.

is in the tens place and the

2. Which of these shapes is a cube?

Circle: A B

C

3. Circle the fraction that is NOT in its simplest form. a

= 15, then a =

5.

.

5 11

5 15

5 12

5 18

+ 11 = 20

pl e

4. If

2 3

D

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6. These four cubes were placed in a bag. What is the probability that the dark one would be pulled out of the bag first?

Use the bar graph to answer Questions 7 and 8.

70

7. Which of the following statements is/are true about the graph?

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50 40 30

C is half of B

20 10

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A A + B = 50 B

60

C B is more than A 8. A + B + C is closest to

0

A

B

C

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.

A 50

B

100

C 200

9. Change to decimal form. (a) 2 10. If

20 4

=

(b) 3

= 5, then:

My score:

14

1 2

(a)

10

30 5

1 4

=

=

(c) 20

1 2

=

40

(b) 8 =

.

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Minute 15 Name:

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1. (2 × £1) + (7 × 50p) + (4 × 10p) = £ 2. Which set of lines are perpendicular? A

B C

A

B

2

2 9

4. 8

C

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Write > , < or = to complete Questions 4 and 5.

pl e

3. Which set of shapes shows two figures that are congruent?

5.

1 5

2 10

in g

6. What comes next in the pattern? 5, 7, 4, 6, 3, 5,

7. What is the perimeter of a square if each side is 5 metres?

ew

metres

8. The y numbers in this chart are times the x numbers.

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x

y

2

10

3

15

7

35

9. (a) 150 (b) 275 (c) 325 – 25 – 125 – 75 10. (a) 5 1 5 5

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Minute 16 Name:

Date:

1. I have a 1 in the ones place, a 4 in the tens place, and a 5 in the hundreds place.

B A

What number am I? 2. Which angle is an acute angle?

D

C

3. Which set of figures shows two shapes that are similar but not congruent (same size and shape)?

B

4. Which fraction is in its simplest form?

C

pl e

A

5. 3 + 5 +

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5 7 10 12 10 B 14 C 25 D 25 Circle: A

6. What comes next in the pattern?

= 12

3, 5, 9, 11, 15, 17,

in g

ew

7. What is the area of a rectangle that is 15 metres long and 3 metres wide?

m2 Pupils in Year 6

Use the bar graph to answer Questions 8 and 9.

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8. According to the chart, which class has an equal number of boys and girls in it?

9. About how many more girls than boys does Class 1 have?

Class 2

Girls Boys

Class 1 0

10

20

30

more girls

10. (a) 3.8 (b) 14.06 (c) 10.0 – 2.6 – 1.01 – 6.5

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Minute 17 Name:

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1. Ava’s bill for her lunch was £7.30. She gave the waiter £10 and told him to keep the change as a tip. How much did the waiter get? 2. Which of these shapes is a cylinder?

Circle: A B

C

1 4

3

9 16

4. 4

5. (3 × 2) + (6 ÷ 2) =

+

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3

3. 8

pl e

For Questions 3 and 4, write > , < or =. Use the bars to help you.

=

6. Which shape has the greater perimeter?

B 2

4

11

8

in g

A

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7. A ball is dropped on the tiles to the right. What are the chances that it will land on a shaded tile?

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Use the chart to answer Questions 8 and 9. 8. Which pupil gets the greatest amount of pocket money each week? 9. Which pupil gets £6 each week?

Pocket money per week Sandy

£

Chen

£

£

£

Jackie

£

£

£

£

£ sign = £2

10. (a) 300 (b) 250 (c) 450 – 50 – 125 – 200

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Minute 18 Name:

Date:

1. Which of these has more days? A 1 month

B

3 weeks

C 20 days

2. All of these shapes have a right angle except A

.

B C D

1 3 .

5. If the pattern continues, should the last box have a dot in it? Circle:

Yes

or

2 6

No

3 9

in g

3 8

A

6. Which shape has the greater area?

B 2 cm

4 cm

10 cm

8 cm

ew

2 5

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4. Circle all fractions that are equal to

pl e

3. Put these numbers in order from greatest to least. 5.06, 5.60, 0.056, 0.56

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7. These five cubes were placed in a bag. What is the probability that a dark one would be pulled out of the bag first? 8.

÷ 4 = 13

9. (a) 12 + 6 + 8 =

(b) 11 + 9 + 5 =

10. (a) 15 – 4 – 6 =

(b) 21 – 10 – 2 =

My score:

18

10

(c) 7 + 9 + 13 =

(c) 20 – 6 – 3 =

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Minute 19 Name:

Date:

1. About how many centimetres long is this line segment? A 3 cm

B

6 cm

C 18 cm

D 40 cm

2. Which is the three–dimensional shape?

3. If

1 2

B

×

3 5

3

= 10, then

1 3

×

4 5

C D

= 15.

Sa m

Use the pie chart to answer Questions 4 and 5.

pl e

A

A

4. How much of the circle does region C represent?

C

of the circle?

B

in g

5. Is region A more or less than

1 4

6. Finish the number that completes the problem. 2

ew

× 7 = 140

7. If a = 4, then 10 × a =

.

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8. If you rearrange the numbers of the year 2007, what is the largest number you can make? 9. If (9)(7) = 63, then: 10. If

49 7

= 7, then:

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(a) (5)(6) = (a)

56 8

=

(b) (3)(12) =

.

27

9 = (b) .

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Minute 20 Name:

Date:

1. Which of these has more minutes? A 2 hours

B

200 minutes

2. If you fit these two shapes together,

A 2 5

B

×

3 7

= 35

Sa m

Use the Venn diagram to answer Questions 4 to 6.

pl e

3.

, which shape will you have?

4. How many people like chocolate only?

people

3

people

Caramel 4

in g

5. How many people like caramel only?

Chocolate 5

6. How many people like both? 7. 3 × y = 9 × 4, so y =

people

ew

.

8. What comes next in the pattern? A C E G

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9. (a) 14.3 (b) 15.8 (c) 23.4 – 6.8 – 4.6 – 0.5 10. (a) (2 × 3) × 5 =

My score:

20

10

(b) 2 × (2 × 3) =

(c) (2 × 5) × 7 =

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Minute 21 Name:

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1. A national lottery might give out five

pounds as a top prize.

thousand million billion 2. Which of the following shapes has only two right angles?

A

1

4. 3 ×

1 8

5+3+4 6

5.

pl e

of 40 = =

=

6

Sa m

1 3. 2

B C

=

6. Describe the rule for this pattern: 2, 7, 6, 11, 10, 15 … Add

.

in g

, subtract

8. (2 × 3) ×

= 30

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9. 6000 – 5386

square units

ew

7. Find the area of the hexagon.

10. 4508 – 1207

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Minute 22 Name:

Date:

1. If it is 5.12 pm now, what time was it 24 minutes ago?

pm

2. Which of the following letters has one line of symmetry?

E

F

N

1 3. 3

of 9 =

1 4. 5

4 7

=

5. 4(5 + 11) = (4 × 5) + (4 × 11) =

+

=

pl e

×

Sa m

6. The third number in each of these rows is found by

.

7. Find the perimeter of the shape. cm

10 cm

in g

8 cm

1

2

9

5

8

6

3

7

ew

8. Find the sum of the second (shaded) column.

4

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9. (a) 16 ÷ 4 =

(b) 18 ÷ 3 =

1

1

2

2

3

5

5

10 15

10 10 20

5 cm 7 cm

(c) 15 ÷ 5 =

10. (a) 34 (b) 56 × 3 × 4

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Minute 23 Name:

Date:

1. Round each number to the nearest 1000. (a) 1238

(b) 1850

(c) 3320

2. Which of the following letters has two lines of symmetry?

H

W

L

V

of 12 =

4. If

1 5

1 5

+

=

a

5,

then a =

.

pl e

1 3. 4

6. Complete the pattern box. 5

10

25

8

12

in g

2

Sa m

5. 3 + (4 × 2) + 6 =

7. If the perimeter of this shape is 11 units, then x =

ew

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.

9. (a) 9 × 6 = 10. (a)

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x

units.

8. The sum of the third (shaded) column is

÷ 4 = 9

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2

1

2

9

5

8

6

4

3

7

(b) 9 × 7 = (b)

3

2

÷ 6 = 8

2

(c) (9)(8) = (c)

÷5=7

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Minute 24 Name:

Date:

1. (10 × 25) + (2 × 10) = 2. Which of the following represents a line? Circle: A

B

C

3. Which fraction represents 15 ÷ 2? 2 15 15 2 15 B 2 C 15 D 2 Circle: A

5. 4 + 7 +

=

pl e

3 7

= 32

6. Fill in the empty square by following the pattern given.

3

8

9

24

6

Sa m

2

4. 7 +

30

in g

7. If the width of a rectangle is 4 metres and the area is 36 m2, then the length is

ew

8. Find the sum of the first column.

18

metres.

1

2

9

5

8

6

4

3

7

4m

2

36 m ?m

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9. (a) 86 (b) 93 × 10 × 10 10. (a) 50 (b) 60 × 50 × 60

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Minute 25 Name:

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1. Kelly has £10, which is £2 more than Tina has. How much money does Tina have? 2. Which of the following represents a ray? Circle: A

B

C

3. Which of the following represents the division problem 16 ÷ 9 as a fraction? 9

16

16

6

5 7

+

6 7

=

=

Sa m

4.

pl e

16 B 16 C 9 D 19 Circle: A

7

5 = 35

in g

5. Use +, –, × or ÷ to complete the question.

sides

ew

6. How many sides should the next shape in the pattern have?

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7. If every side of an octagon is 6 millimetres, what is the perimeter?

mm

8. What is the product of the first (shaded) row? 9. 3 1 4 10. (a)

1 2

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2

9

5

8

6

4

3

7

r

of 12 =

1

2 of 18 = (b)

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Minute 26 Name:

Date:

1. Tom is 7 years old. Zac is twice Tom’s age. How old is Zac? 2. Which of the following represents a line segment? Circle: A

B

C

3. All of the following mean 21 divided by 9, except

1

4. If 4  2 =

9 2,

1

then 6  2 =

6. Complete the pattern: ABAABAAABAAA

in g

7. Find the area of the triangle. square units

1

3

9

5

8

6

4

2

7

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ew

8. Find the product of the numbers in the third row.

9. (a) 7 4 2 0

D 9 2 1

Sa m

5. 5 × (8 + 2) =

C 21 ÷ 9

pl e

A

21 9 9 B 21

.

(b) 3 1 5 0 0

10. 8359 + 6728

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26

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Minute 27 Name:

Date:

1. Show how you could make £0.85 with the fewest number of coins possible.

2. Which circle has its radius drawn on it?

8

pl e

Circle: A B C 3

4. If 5

1 3

=

x

3,

then x =

5. (5 × 6) + (3 ×

.

) = 36

Sa m

3. 12 + 12 =

6. Continue the pattern. 64, 32, 16, 8,

in g

,

7. What is the area of the shape to the right?

Vi

eggs

ew

8. How many eggs did Lucky lay?

9. 9476 – 1355

square units

Eggs laid last season

Lucky Clucky Old Red Lilly Each

= 1 dozen

10. 2761 + 3478

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Minute 28 Name:

Date:

1. Sarah has three dozen cupcakes. How many cupcakes is this?

cupcakes

2. The hypotenuse is the longest side of a right triangle. Which letter is beside the hypotenuse in this triangle?

c

a

4. If

n 6

+2 =

1 3

1 2,

=

3

then n =

.

A

2 5

=

3 5

1

in g

6. Which of the following triangles would be the next in this pattern?

1 5

Sa m

5 Use + or × to complete the problem.

pl e

3. 3

1 3

b

2

3

B C

ew

7. Find the product of the third column.

3

1

5

8

6

4

2

7

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Pupils

Use the bar graph to Questions 8 and 9.

Maths grades

8. According to the graph, how many pupils are getting an A for their maths grade?

7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0

A

B

C D Grades

F

9. According to the graph, are there more Bs or Ds in the class? 10. (a) 6 × 0.2 =

My score:

28

10

(b) 7 × 0.4 =

(c) 8 × 0.5 =

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Minute 29 Name:

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1. If today is Monday, what day will it be eight days from now? f

2. Which letter is beside the hypotenuse?

d

e

3. Write as an improper fraction. 8

1 3

=

1 2

0.55

1

2 5

5

Sa m

5. Use + or × to complete the problem. 2

= 25

in g

6. Continue the sequence. Z, 1, Y, 2, X, 3

pl e

4. Use >, < or = to complete the problem.

,

ew

7. Find the area of the shape.

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square units

8. If the area of a square is 36 square metres, what is the length of its sides?

metres

9. (a) 1.3 + 0.2 + 0.4 =

(b) 0.8 + 0.2 + 0.7 =

10. (2)(4)(5) = (2) × (4) ×(5) = 40, so: (a) (4)(5)(1) =

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(b) (5)(6)(0) =

.

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Minute 30 Name:

Date:

1. If tomorrow is the 4th of June, what will the date be three days from today? 2. The following three numbers are the side lengths of a right–angle triangle: 5, 12 and 13. Which number is the length of the hypotenuse? 1 3

=

pl e

4

3. 9 ×

4. The grid has 100 boxes. How many of them are shaded?

Sa m

Use the grid to answer Questions 4 and 5.

5. How many boxes in the grid are not shaded? +

=

in g

6. 4(3 + 9) = (4 × 3) + (4 × 9) =

7. What is the perimeter of the shape to the right?

ew

units

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8. Complete the chart. x

8

10

y

4

5

16

9. Use >, <, or = to complete the problem. 10. (a)

1 5

My score:

30

×

1 4

=

10

0.75

1 2 7 × 3 = (b)

3 4 1 3 10 × 4 = (c)

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Minute 31 Name:

Date:

1. If today is Tuesday, what day will it be three weeks from tomorrow? 2. Which circle has a diameter drawn on it?

Circle: A B C

3. How many boxes in the grid are shaded?

Sa m

4. What fraction of the grid is shaded?

pl e

Use the grid to answer Questions 3 and 4.

5. Which would have the greater perimeter, the circle or the square?

in g

6. 2 × 2 × 2 ×

= 40

ew

7. Continue the sequence. 0, 5, 1, 6, 2, 7,

A

B

B

A

A

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8. The following cubes are placed into a bag. What is the probability that a cube with the letter B will be drawn from the bag?

,

9. (a) 3.65 × 100 = 10. (a) 4 1 2 3 6

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(b) 2.7 × 100 = (b) 5 1 2 3 5

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Minute 32 Name:

Date:

1. Ted gets paid every two weeks. Is it possible for Ted to get paid three times in one month? Circle: Yes

or

No

2. Which circle has a chord drawn on it that is not a diameter?

8

3. 5 –

3 5

2 5

pl e

Circle: A B C =

Sa m

Use the grid to answer Questions 4 and 5. 4. What percentage of the grid is shaded?

%

5. What percentage of the grid is not shaded?

%

in g

6. Which would have the greater area, the circle or the square?

ew

Use the chart to answer Questions 7 to 9.

Value

a b c d e

2

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7. a + b =

Letter

8. b × d = e 9. b = 10. (a)

1 5

My score:

32

+

2 5

=

10

1

4 0 5 8

2

5 × 5 = (b)

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Minute 33 Name:

Date:

For Problems 1 to 3, circle the greater amount. 1. 2 months

or

10 weeks

2. 9 × 50p

or

£5

3. 2.7 cm

or

25 mm

Use the diagram to answer Questions 4 and 5. 4. Triangle 1 is

of the square.

Sa m

5. Triangle 2 is

3

1 1 1 2 3 4

pl e

1

of the square.

2

1 1 1 2 3 4

2

in g

6. Sally says the perimeter of the rectangle is 22 units. Supriya says that it is 18 units. Who is correct?

9

Vi

ew

7. Which shape has the greater area: the triangle or the square?

Use the chart to answer Questions 8 to 10. 8. d – a = 9.

c+8 5

=

10. If the pattern continues, what would be the value of the letter e?

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Letter

Value

a b c d e

24 28 32 36

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Minute 34 Name:

Date:

1. The number 1 with three zeros after it would represent A one thousand

B

ten thousand

2. Match each figure with its correct name. (a)

. C one million

rhombus

square

trapezium

(b)

(c)

pl e

Sa m

Use the grid to answer Questions 3 and 4. 3. What percentage of the grid is shaded?

%

4. If 50% of the grid is supposed to be shaded, how many more boxes would need to be shaded?

5 394 600

in g

boxes

5. 16 ÷ 2 ÷ 2 ÷ 2 =

5 494 600 5 594 600

ew

6. Write the next number in the sequence.

Vi

7. An electric fence around a property would be most like the

of the property.

area volume perimeter 8. 4 × 5 =

+5

9. (a) 2.36 × 10 = 10. (a)

1 2

My score:

34

of 40 =

10

(b) 0.34 × 100 =

(c) 46 × 10 =

1

2 of 50 = (b)

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Minute 35 Name:

Date:

1. The number 435 should be written as: A four hundred and thirty–five.

B

four hundred thirty five.

C four hundred thirty–five. 2. Which set of shapes shows two figures that are NOT congruent (same size and shape)?

B

C

For problems 3 to 5, circle the larger amount. 1

1 2

4. 25% or

6. The following cards were numbered as shown, placed face down on a table, and then mixed up. If a card is turned over randomly, what number would most likely appear?

7. 4 × 9 =

or 95%

8

6

5

8

2

in g

9 10

5.

Sa m

3. 4 or 75%

D

pl e

A

ew

×6

8. Which of the following graphs shows these ages? Bob = 12, Tim = 11, Vern = 6

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15

10

10

10

5

5

5

Ages

15

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A

Bob

Tim Vern

9. (a) 14 × 2 = 10. (a)

1 3

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Bob

Tim Vern

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Bob

Tim Vern

(c) 30 × 2 = 1

1

3 – 3 = (c)

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Minute 36 Name:

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1. About how wide is this paper? A 21 metres

B

21 millimetres

C 21 centimetres

2. How many lines of symmetry does this shape have? 1

3. 8 +

3 8

+

3 8

=

B

4. What fraction does the letter B represent? 0

10

13

6. 7

4

11

19

7. 6

15

25

35

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8

8. The four cards form the start of a pattern. What would the seventh card look like?

1

2

3

4

5

10

15

20

Number

Number

5

8

7

9

(b)

36

5

7th card =

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10. Complete the table by finding the sum and product of the two numbers in each row. (a)

My score:

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3

2

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For Problems 5 to 7, cross out the number that does NOT belong on the list with the others. 5. 2

1

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10

Sum

Product

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Minute 37 Name:

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1. The length of a song on the radio is most likely to be about A 3 minutes

B

3 seconds

C 30 minutes

2. Match each figure with its correct name.

(b)

(c)

line

line segment

ray

A

3. What fraction does the letter A represent?

0

4. Which number should go in the gap? 340, 344, A 345

1

B 346

C 352

D 348

5. 200 000 + 50 000 + 8000 + 100 + 4 is the expanded form of A 205 841

B

258 140

2

, 352

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D 3 hours

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(a)

.

.

C 258 104

D 250 814

in g

6. I am an odd number between 10 and 20. I can be divided by 3. What number am I?

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7. As Martha wrapped a present in wrapping paper, she happened to think that the paper was most like the A surface area

perimeter

C volume

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B

Toy sales

Thousands

Use the graph to answer Questions 8 and 9. 8. According to the graph, sales in March were: A up.

of the box.

B down.

30 25 20 15 10 5 0

C about the same as the other months.

Jan.

9. In which month were the sales the best? 10. (a) 56.2 ÷ 10 =

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Feb. Mar. Month

Apr.

(c) 5.8 ÷ 10 =

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Minute 38 Name:

Date:

1. Which might be reasonable dimensions of a bathroom? A 40 mm × 30 mm

B

4 m × 3 m

C 9 cm × 12 cm

2. Which set of shapes show two figures that are congruent? Circle:

A

B

C

D

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3. Write the next fraction in the sequence.

1 4. 2

×

3 4

×

5 6

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1 3 5 12, 12, 12,

=

Use the grid to answer Questions 5 and 6.

5. What percentage of the grid is shaded?

in g

%

6. How many more squares would have to be filled in so that half of the grid is shaded?

squares

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7. I am an even number between 1 and 10. I can be divided by 3 evenly. What number am I?

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8. Justine says that the area of the rectangle is 24 square units. Marcie says that it is 20 square units. Who is correct?

4 6

9. (a) 7 × 7 =

10. (a) 7 ÷ 0.7 =

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10

(b) 8 × 8 =

(b) 8 ÷ 0.8 =

(c) (6)(6) =

(c) 6 ÷ 0.6 =

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Minute 39 Name:

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1. 400 000 + 5000 + 800 + 6 is the expanded form of A 450 860

B

450 806

.

C 405 860

D 405 806.

2. How many sides does each shape have? (a) pentagon:

(b) octagon:

3. If 45% = 0.45, then 55% = 4. 0.3 =

(c) decagon:

.

5. Which number is twice as much as 2400? A 4800

B 1200

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Circle:

pl e

%

C 4400

D 480

6. What is the error in the problem 32 × 9 = 281?

4 8

ew

in g

7. Sally believes that the perimeter of this rectangle is 32. What mistake did she make?

Use the chart to answer Questions 8 to 10.

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8. a + b = 9. b × c = 10.

(a)(c) 2

b

c

5

4

6

=

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Minute 40 Name:

Date:

1. The number 1 with six zeros after it would represent: A one thousand.

B

ten thousand.

C one million.

2. First do the addition then reduce the fraction. 3+9+2

= 8 + 10 + 2

=

4. Write as a percentage. 0.47 =

%

.

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5. If you add 5 to the product of 4 and 6, you get

pl e

3. Write as a decimal. 61% =

6. Complete the pattern by filling in the bottom box. 5

+

4

9 +

5

in g

2

+

7. 3 + (2 Ă&#x2014;

4

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1

ew

7

) = 17

For problems 8 to10, round to the bold place value. 8. 33.28 9. 0.0561 10. 347.5

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Minute 41 Name:

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1. If you rearrange the numbers in the year 1942, what is the smallest number you can make? Use the diagram to answer Questions 2 and 3.

C A

2. Which letter is outside the rectangle but inside the square? B

3. Which letter is inside all three shapes? 4. Complete the chart. Decimal

Per cent

pl e

Fraction 3 4

(a)

Favourite kinds of films

(b)

Scary 3 10

Sa m

0.1

Use the Venn diagram to answer Questions 5 and 6.

Funny 8

5. How many people prefer scary films only?

in g

6. How many people took part in this survey? 7. The y numbers in this chart are

times the x numbers.

3

8

12

y

12

32

48

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For Problems 8 to 10, estimate to find the best answer.

x

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8. 22 + 51 is approximately: A 70

B 80

C 60

D 100.

C 200

D 400.

C 300

D 600.

9. 96 + 103 is approximately: A 100

B 300

10. 21 Ă&#x2014; 29 is approximately: A 500

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Minute 42 Name:

Date:

1. The number 1 with four zeros after it would represent: A one thousand.

B

ten thousand.

C one million.

Use the diagram to answer Questions 2 and 3. 2. What fraction of the large triangle is shaded? 3. If one more triangle were shaded, what percentage of the large triangle would be shaded?

pl e

Fraction

Decimal

Sa m

4. Complete the chart. Per cent

(a)

25%

(b)

in g

0.3

5. One more than the product of 8 and 10 is

.

ew

6. Which of the following is NOT a multiple of 6? 6 12 24 32 36

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1

7. 3 of y = 10, so y =

.

8. Complete the pattern. 1, 3, 6, 8, 11, 13, 16, 9. (a)

1 8

+

3 8

=

10. (a) 20 × 10 =

My score:

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10

1

3

8 × 8 = (b)

(b) 30 × 5 =

(c) 40 × 2 =

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Minute 43 Name:

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1. The correct way to write 12.36 would be: A twelve and thirty–six hundredths. B twelve and thirty–six thousandths. C twelve and thirty–six tenths. D twelve and thirty and six hundredths. 2. Put these three angles in order from least to greatest: right, obtuse, acute.

pl e

3. Which two letters represent the hypotenuse of a triangle in this figure?

Sa m

A

A AD B AB

D

B

C

C BC D AC

4. 4 5. triangle

8

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square

kilometres

12

15

cylinder

circle

weeks

months

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6. days

in g

For Problems 4 to 6, cross out the item that does NOT belong.

7. If 7 × 6 = 5 × 8 + x, then x = Use the chart to answer Questions 8 to 10. 8. (a) a × b = c 9. (a) a =

(b) a×c=

a

b

c

3

5

30

c b = (b)

10. a + b + c =

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Minute 44 Name:

Date:

1. The 1984 Olympic Games were in Los Angeles, USA. If the Olympics occur every four years, which of these years did not have an Olympic Games? Circle:

A 1988

B 1996

C 2002

D 2004

2. Each side of the cube is called a face. How many faces does a cube have?

faces

3. If 3. 8¯ means 3.88888888 …, how would you write 1.77777777 … ? 4. 20% + 30% =

pl e

× 10 = 8 – x, then x =

.

Sa m

5. If

1 2

%

For Problems 6 to 8, estimate to find the best answer. (Hint: ‘≈’ means ‘approximately’) 6. 25 + 72 + 40 ≈ Circle:

7. £1.80 + £2.99 + £0.85 ≈

B 140

in g

A 120

C 160.

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8. 8 + 11 + 12 + 17 ≈ Circle: 9. (a)

7 9

A 30

4 9

B 40

C 50.

7 4 9 + 9 = (b)

=

10. Change to improper form. (a) 9

My score:

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1 2

=

10

(b) 10

1 4

=

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Minute 45 Name:

Date:

1. How many 50–pence tins of beans can be purchased with £5?

tins

2. How many faces does this shape have?

faces

25 100

4. Write

in decimal form.

5. If 12 + m = 22, then m =

.

Sa m

6. Complete the pattern. A B B C C C

pl e

3. What is another way to write 0.8222222222 …?

.

7. What is the probability of choosing a red marble from a jar containing 1 red and 99 blue ones?

in g

cm

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8. What is the radius of a circle with a diameter of 33 cm?

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9. (a) 0.952 (b) 0.855 – 0.841 – 0.704 10. (a)

100 10

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Minute 46 Name:

Date:

1. Using the numbers 1–6, fill in the blanks to create the largest number possible: D . 2. If the dotted line is a line of symmetry, how long is side AB?

A

C 7

units B

4. If

x

.

5. 10% + 25% + 20% =

%

x

Use the chart to answer Questions 6 and 7. 6. Complete the chart. Where x = 5, y = .

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B= C= 9. (a)

1 10

+ 10 =

1

(b)

1 10

× 10 =

1

10. (a) (0.5)(0.6) =

My score:

46

10

10

3

15

5

8. Use the graph to find the values of A, B and C. A=

.

2

in g

7. If y = 35, then x =

y

Sa m

= 0.3, then x =

100

pl e

3. Write using bar notation. 0.39393939 … =

30 28 26 24 22 20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0

A

B

C

(b) (0.4)(0.7) =

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Minute 47 Name:

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1. Using the numbers 1–6, fill in the blanks to create the smallest number possible.

.

30 5

2. Fill in the missing number in the factor tree.

6 2

3. Is 34.82 closer to 34 or 35? 4. Eight hundredths plus nine hundredths equals

pl e

1

%

Sa m

5. 2 + 0.2 = 6. 20.4% + 20.5% + 4.1% =

.

Election survey

C

Use the pie chart to answer Questions 7 and 8.

20%

A

in g

7. What percentage of the votes did Candidate A receive? 8. If Candidates A and C combined their votes, they would have

ew

A more than

10. (a)

less than

(b) 0.98 × 100 =

B

50%

C the same as

(c) 0.98 × 1000 =

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9. (a) 0.98 × 10 =

B

Candidate B.

5 100

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Minute 48 Name:

Date:

1. Mike can ride his bike at 15 kilometres per hour. How many kilometres could he reasonably ride in one day? Circle:

A 350

B 250

C 500

D 100

2. Would five smaller boxes fit inside the larger box? Circle:

Yes

or

No

3. 0.4 + 0.3 + 0.2 = 4. Circle the greater value.

0.7

pl e

or

+ 0.20 + 0.05 =

Sa m

3 5. 4

0.7¯

For problems 6 to 8, round to the place value of the bold number. 6. 0.615

in g

7. 93 8. 105.87

ew

9. Find the areas of the rectangles described in the chart. length

width

(a)

1

6 units

7 units

units2

(b)

2

9 units

10 units

units2

(c)

3

5 units

9 units

units2

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rectangle

area

10. Circle the problems that have whole number answers (not decimal or fractional answers). A 24 ÷ 5

My score:

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B

10

200 10

C 0.16 × 100

D

1 4

+

1 4

+

1 4

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Minute 49 Name:

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1. It took Jill two hours to drive 100 kilometres. What was her average speed?

kilometres per hour

2. Would 10 smaller cans fit inside the larger can? Circle:

Yes

or

No

3. Circle the greater value.

0.7¯

3 4

or

Decimal

Per cent

(a)

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Fraction

pl e

4. Complete the chart.

40% 1 4

(b)

5. (y + 50) = (80 + 90), so y =

.

1

2

3

24

12

8

4

ew

7. £100.00 – £29.85 =

in g

6. Complete the chart. (Hint: The product of each column equals the same value.)

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8. Complete the pattern. AC BD CE DF 9. Circle the fractions that are equal to

1 5 .

2 10

4 20

5 20

10 40

10. How many days are in each of the following? (a) 2 weeks =

days

(b) 1 year (not a leap year) = (c) 3 days more than 5 weeks =

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Minute 50 Name:

Date:

1. A case holds four boxes. A box holds five cartons. How many cartons are in two cases?

cartons

2. How many faces does this shape have?

Write < , > or = to complete Questions 3 to 5.

4. 0.004

8.4 28

0.05 0.4

6. Complete the factor tree.

(b)

(a)

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4

5. 0.4¯

pl e

3. 8.13

(c)

Yes

or

No

Ted Sue

9. (a) 3 +

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8. How much money was raised altogether? £

= 18

10. a + 1 = 1000, so a =

My score:

50

10

Fundraiser Ray

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Circle:

in g

7. Can the numbers you wrote in the empty boxes in Problem 6 be divided by numbers other than 1 and the numbers themselves?

May Each

(b) 3 ×

= 18

= £1

(c) 18 ÷

=3

.

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Minute 51 Name:

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1. Joanne has 15 trading cards. Jackie has 8. If Joanne gives Jackie five of her cards, how many will each girl have? Joanne:

Jackie:

60°

2. What is the total number of degrees in a triangle?

90°

30°

3. Write using bar notation. 0.38888888 … = 4. If 9 = 3, then 16 =

.

Yes

or

No

6. If 3 × y + 2 = 11, could y = 5? Circle:

Yes

or

No

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Circle:

pl e

5. Becky is the same height as Samir. Samir is the same height as Mandy. Are Becky and Mandy the same height?

Investment in millions of pounds per year

25

A B C

20

Use the graph to answer Questions 7 and 8.

in g

15

7. Which company (A, B or C) made the poorest investment in one year?

10

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5

8. Which company (A, B or C) made the best investment in one year?

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

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9. How many sides does each of these shapes have? rectangle:

pentagon:

octagon:

10. Change each mixed fraction to an improper fraction. (a) 5

1 3

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(b) 6

2 3

(c) 3

1 4

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Minute 52 Name:

Date:

1. Which of the following numbers is one billion? Circle: A 1 000 000

B

2. What is the value of x?

50°

90°

1 000 000 000

C 1 000 000 000 000

x

3. Add brackets to this number sentence. 70 ÷ 10 × 5 ÷ 1 = 35

pl e

4. 25 =

ABC

ACB

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5. The letters A, B, and C can be arranged in six ways. Five ways are listed below. Find the sixth way. BAC

BCA

CAB

Solve problems 6 to 8 if a = 10, b = 5 and c = 3.

in g

6. 12.4 × a =

ew

a+b 7. c 8. a + b × c =

Circle:

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9. In Problem 8, which operation should you do first? add

subtract

multiply

divide

10. (a) What is the area of this rectangle?

mm2

3 mm 6 mm

(b) What is the perimeter of this rectangle?

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Minute 53 Name:

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1. Jason drove for three hours at an average speed of 65 kilometres per hour. How far did he go?

kilometres

2. The interior angles of a triangle add up to

degrees.

3. Circle any of the following that are equal to 0.3

6 10

3%

pl e

4. 36 =

12

9

27

3

81

Sa m

5. Fill in the missing number. 6

3 10.

in g

6. Two times a number is 14. What is the number?

ew

7. If the pattern continues, should the next box be black or white? 8. How many 20p coins make up £50.00?

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9. (a) 67 (b) 92 (c) 101 – 28 – 45 – 33 10. 6000 – a = 300 × 10, so a =

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Minute 54 Name:

Date:

1. Michaela makes £5.50 per hour at her job. How much does she make in an eight–hour day? 2 What is the area of the shape?

square units

1

3. 2 (3 × 4 + 4) =

pl e

4. 36 × 81 = 5. If a coin were tossed on the grid in Problem 2, would it have a better chance of landing inside or outside of the shape?

Sa m

6 Five more than five times a number is 30. What is the number? 7. Add brackets to this problem to make it true.

in g

3 + 9 × 4 = 48

A

8. Point B is two units larger than Point A. What number represents the value of Point B? 1

2

3

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B

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9. Draw the next B in the pattern. 10. Find the sum of each row. Sum

(a) (b) (c)

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3

5

7

6

8

1

9

4

2

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Minute 55 Name:

Date:

1. Round 5649 to the nearest: (a) 10

(b) 1000.

2. If both the length and width of this rectangle are doubled, what will the new area be?

square units

3. Circle the two smallest numbers. 3.06

3.7

3.08

36.8

4. If 72 = 7 × 7 = 49, then 82 =

3.068 =

Sa m

Use the spinners to solve Problems 5 and 6.

pl e

3.68

5. How many possibilities could occur if both spinners are spun?

B

1

C

D

2

in g

A

6. What is the probability of getting an A and then a 2?

3

7

11

13

19

23

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2

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7. Fill in the missing prime numbers between 2 and 30.

Use > , < or = to solve problems 8 to 10. 20 2

8. 100 9. 2.8 10.

2 3

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Minute 56 Name:

Date:

Use the calendar to solve Problems 1 and 2. MAY

1. Sixteen days after 4 May would be a: Circle: A Monday.

S

M

C Wednesday.

D Thursday.

5

6

= 2.1

pl e

= 2.8

12

15

21

A

2

Sa m

8

23

S

1

2

3

8

9

10

25 26 27 28 29 30 31

4. Cross out any prime numbers in the grid. 5

F

18 19 20 21 22 23 24

3. Match the letters to the numbers using the number line. = 2.4

7

T

11 12 13 14 15 16 17

2. Which Tuesday has a date that is a prime number?

W

B Tuesday. 4

T

C

2.5

3

Boys

Girls

Total

Class 1

10

15

25

Class 2

18

12

30

in g

5. What is the probability that a pupil pulled at random from Class 1 is a boy?

B

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6. What would the next shape in this pattern be? Circle: A B C

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For Problems 7 to 10, choose the correct mathematical expression to match the description. n

7. Twice a number.

2

n

2n

n2

8. A number to the second power. 9. A number divided by 2. 10. The square root of a number.

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Minute 57 Name:

Date:

1. Monique weighs 64 kilograms. When she is holding her little brother, she weighs 76 kilograms. How much does Monique’s baby brother weigh?

45

kilograms

5

2. Complete the factor tree. 3

1 3

3. What is the common denominator for 4. (3 + 5)2 = (

+

)2 =

Boys

Girls

Total

Class 1

10

15

25

Class 2

18

12

30

Sa m

5. What is the probability that a pupil pulled at random from Class 1 is a girl?

1 2?

pl e

3

6. Which one of the following solves this problem? (2 × y) + 3 = 15. B

in g

Circle: A y = 5

is to

C y = 7

as

is to

D y = 6 .

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7. Complete the analogy.

y = 4

A

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B C

8. Find two pairs of different (unequal) odd numbers that complete the equation.

+

= 10

and

9. Fill in the missing numbers to complete the chart. 2

10. If x = 16, then x =

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.

+

= 10

Numbers

Sum

1,4

5

2,8

10

Difference

Product 4

6

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Minute 58 Name:

Date:

1. A new car is available in five different colours and with two different types of engines. How many different combinations of colours and engines could you order? x

2. The perimeter of the rectangle is 24 m. What is the width? x =

m

7m

3. What is the area of the rectangle in Problem 2? (Hint: Use the width you found.) m2

Boys

Girls

Total

Class 1

10

15

25

Class 2

18

12

30

pl e

2

5. What is the total number of boys in these classes?

Sa m

4. (3 + 7) =

Vehicles driven

Use the Venn diagram to answer Questions 6 and 7. people drive only cars.

(b)

people drive only trucks.

(c)

people drive both cars and trucks.

4

in g

6. (a)

Cars

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8 6

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7. How many people took part in the survey in Problem 6?

Trucks

people

8. Fill in the missing numbers. 3 × 4 =

÷6=

9. 5122 + 2308 10. (a)

1 5

My score:

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+

3 5

=

10

1

3

5 × 5 = (b)

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Minute 59 Name:

Date:

Use the calendar to solve Problems 1 and 2.

MAY S

1. Three weeks later than Friday 2 May is Friday

M

4

May.

5

T

6

W

7

T

F

S

1

2

3

8

9

10

11 12 13 14 15 16 17

2. Amrita gets paid every Friday. How many times will she get paid in the month of May?

18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

times

pl e

3. If each square is two units long, find the perimeter of the shaded rectangle.

Sa m

units

4. 3(4 + 8) =

5. Write the next card in the pattern.

2

4

6

8

5

8

11

14

in g

6. Which of these numbers should go inside the box to make the equation true? Circle:

A 12

B 20

Fifth Card =

+4

2

= 10

C 16

squares

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7. If 10% of this grid was shaded, how many squares would be shaded?

Evaluate problems 8 to 10 if a = 2, b = 4 and c = 12. 8. The sum of a and c =

.

9. 6a = c 10. 3 Ă&#x2014; b =

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Minute 60 Name:

Date: 12

1. What is the best estimate of the time on this clock? Circle:

9

A 3.55

2. Write the correct fraction. 12 Ă&#x2014;

3

B 4.55

C 2.55

D 3.15

=6

pl e

3. Which shape is congruent to this one?

Circle: A B C

Sa m

4. 32 + 22 =

5. What is the total number of girls in these classes?

girls

Boys

Girls

Total

Class 1

10

15

25

Class 2

18

12

30

ew

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6. If each of these hearts could be coloured red, pink or blue, how many different ways could they be coloured? (Hint: More than one heart could be the same colour.)

n 7. 3

A

A number to the third power.

8. 3n

B

Three times a number.

9. n3

C

The sum of a number and three.

10. n + 3

D

A number divided by three.

My score:

60

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For Problems 7 to 10, choose the correct description to match the mathematical expression.

10

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Minute 61 Name:

Date:

1. Round each number to the bold place value. (a) 128 =

(b) 3158 =

(c) 488.37 =

2. How many cubes are in this shape? x

y

0.2 0.8

times

4. What number solves this equation?

0.5

2

0.7 2.8

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× (3 + 8) = 55

0.3 1.2

pl e

3. The numbers in the y column are bigger than those in the x column.

5. Fifty tickets were sold for the lottery. Jackson bought five tickets. What are the chances he will win?

1884

2884

in g

2384

6 Write the next number in the sequence.

ew

7. 2( 25 × 25) =

Row

Use the bar graph to solve Problems 8 and 9.

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8. How many desks were in row A? 9. Which two rows had the same number of desks?

E D C B A 1 2 3 4 5 Number of desks

and

10. What is the remainder in each problem? (a) 9 7 6 r =

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(b) 6 5 9 r =

(c) 4 8 9 r =

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Minute 62 Name:

Date:

1. How many kilometres might a good runner be able to run in one hour? Circle:

A 20

B 30

C 10

2. Which of these shapes is a rhombus?

Circle: A B

C

1

6

4 6

=

pl e

3. Use + or × to complete the problem. 5 6

Circle:

True

or

Sa m

4. 2 × 2 × 2 × 32 = 36 False

5. If you divide 15 by 3 and add 12, you get

.

ew

in g

6. If the cards on the right are placed face down on a table and then mixed up, which letter would be most likely to appear when a card is flipped over?

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7. Write the mixed fraction 8

3 4

8. Write the improper fraction

9 5

9. (a) 0.327 × 100 =

(b) 0.327 × 10 =

10. (a) 10% of 46 =

My score:

62

as an improper fraction.

10

G

R

Q

A

G

C

G

S

G

T

B

G

N

G

L

L

P

N

Q

G

as a mixed fraction.

(c) 0.327 × 0.1 =

(b) 10% of 140 =

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Minute 63 Name:

Date:

1. Which numbers can both 6 and 12 be evenly divided by? Circle: 2 2. If

3

4

6

is at (2,3), then

8

is at

12

5 4

.

3 2 1

3. If 23 = 2 × 2 × 2 = 8,

1 2 3 4 5 3

then 3 =

=

.

4. Continue the pattern. 9

16

25

pl e

4

Circle:

Sa m

5. If (3y) + 5 = 20, which of these numbers is equal to y? A 10

B

15

C 5

D 20

6. The square root of what number is 9?

units

in g

7. What is the perimeter of the shape to the right?

Lawns Doug mowed

Use the frequency chart to solve problems 8 and 9.

ew

8. On which day of the week did Doug mow the most lawns?

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9. On and mowed the same number of lawns.

, Doug

Use the rules of negatives to help you simplify each expression.

Mowing day

Tally

Mon.

||||

Tues.

||

Wed.

||

Thurs.

|||

Fri.

|

Sat.

||||

Sun.

10. (a) (–6) × (4) = positive × positive = positive

(b) (–6) ×(–5) = (c) (7) × (–8) =

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negative × positive = negative negative × negative = positive

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Minute 64 Name:

Date:

1. Which activity is more likely to occur? A Getting a hole in one. B Bowling a 300 game. 2. What are the coordinates of

1 3

3. 5

, +6

) 1 3

=

Odds

hole in one (golf)

33 000 to 1

bowling a 300 game

11 500 to 1

5 4 3 2 1 1 2 3 4 5

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(

?

Activity

1

2

3

6

8

24

5. Complete the pattern. 1, 3, 7, 15, 6. 3(

+ 4) = 18

Sa m

4. Fill in the missing factors of 24.

Circle:

9. 5 7 0 5

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×

0.3

×

3 10

0.03

=

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8. 103 =

30%

in g

7. Which is NOT equal to the others?

Use the rules of negatives to help you simplify each expression. 10. (a) (–8) × (–8) = (b) (9) × (–5) =

positive × positive = positive negative × positive = negative negative × negative = positive

(c) (–7) × (9) =

My score:

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Minute 65 Name:

Date:

1. Match each word with its definition. prime

A numbers that evenly divide another number

factors

B

multiples

C a number that can only be divided by 1 and itself

whole numbers that are the products of other numbers

Use the graph to answer Questions 2 and 3. 5 4

3 2 1

units

you would move

.

A north

B south

C east

in g

4. 10 – (6 + 2) = 4 x 5. If 9 = 36, then x =

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3. To get from the lined box to the black box,

pl e

2. What is the distance from one shaded box to the other?

1 2 3 4 5

D west

.

ew

6. If 3 + 6 + 2 + 8 + 3 + n = 27, then n =

.

For Problems 7–9, circle the greatest amount.

Vi

7. 53 25

102

8. 3 weeks

20 days

1 month

9. (–5) × (–5)

4 × 6

100 5

Use the rules of negatives to help you simplify each expression. 10. (a) (–8) + (–5) =

(b) 4 – (–5) =

negative + negative = negative positive – negative = positive

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Minute 66 Name:

Date:

1. Match each kind of fraction with the correct example. A

improper B

mixed

C

reciprocal

5 4 4, 5 1 2

4

9 5 3 8

2. What is the perimeter of the shape?

–5

3 4

11

=

4. 62 =

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3. 6

1 4

7

5

units

pl e

2

5. Which numbers can both 8 and 24 be evenly divided by? 1

2

3

6

8

12

ew

6. 5 8 4 0

4

in g

Circle:

7. a + b

A

b is subtracted from a

8. a – b

B

b is added to a

9. a × b a 10. b

C

b is multiplied by a

D

a is divided by b

My score:

66

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For Problems 7 to 10, match each mathematical expression with its correct description.

10

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Minute 67 Name:

Date:

1. What is the best estimate of how much of this rectangle is shaded? 1

1

1

2 B 3 C 10 Circle: A

2. Which of the triangles below is equilateral? 3

3

Circle: A =

4. If

3 5

True

or

False

x = 40, then x =

5

C

3

16 7

Circle:

4 6

pl e

2 7

B

3

5

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3. 2

5

.

in g

5. 48 = 2 × 2 × 2 × 2 × 6. Write as a mixed fraction.

ew

3.75 =

7. All of the following equal 10 except.

Vi

103 102 Circle: A

C 52

B 100

D 5 × 2

8. Put these numbers in order from smallest to largest: –5, 7, –2, 8, 0. 9. (a) (–3) + (–8) = 10. (a) (–12) × (–4) =

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(b) (–3) + (8) =

(b) (–12) × (4) =

(c) (–3) – (8) = –12

4 = (c)

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Minute 68 Name:

Date:

1. What is the best estimate of the part of the rectangle that is shaded? 1 1 1 1 2 B 8 C 3 D 4 Circle: A

2. Which of the triangles below is isosceles?

Circle: A

3 3

5

5

B

3

4

C

3. 0.3¯ = 1

5 6

pl e

3

1

1

1

4. 52 – 32 =

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2 B 8 C 3 D 4 Circle: A

=

5. 70 × 3000 = ×

4

2

6

3

in g

1 6. 4

=5

8

ew

7. Complete the empty boxes.

1 × 2

4

16

Vi

30

For Problems 8 to 10, evaluate if a = 6, b = 2 and c = 4. 8. a + b + c = 9. a × b × c = b 10. a + c =

My score:

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Minute 69 Name:

Date:

1. Which of these is the closest estimate of the time on this clock? Circle:

A noon

B 9.00

C 11.00

D 1.00

2. Which of the triangles below is scalene? 3

3

Circle: A

5

B

3

5

4

C

3

5 6

3. Put the following numbers into the correct box below: 3, 14, 2, 4, 21, 6, 8, 28. Factors of 24

Sa m

pl e

Multiples of 7

For Problems 4 to 6, circle true or false. 4. (20 ÷ 2) × 3 = 30

ew

6. 4 + (7 × 3) = 25

or

in g

5. 2 × (5 + 4) – 6 = 5

True

False

True

or

False

True

or

False

Vi

7. Put the numbers {–6, 10, 0, –5, 4} in order from lowest to highest.

8. Write the missing numbers in the table. 9. (a) (–6) + 8 + 4 = 10. (a) 426 × 3

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Sum

Product

Numbers

10

16

2 and 8

8

12

and

(b) (6 – 8) + 4 = (b) 3 5 1 3

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Minute 70 Name:

Date:

1. 40 ×

= 10

2. If point B is halfway between points A and C, what number does it represent?

A

B

2

C 16

4. Complete the sequence. 900, 90, 9, 0.9, 5. If you spin the spinner, what are the chances it will land on 1 or 3?

2

Sa m

1

pl e

3. (3 + 0.3 + 0.7)2 =

3

For Problems 6 to 9, solve each equation for a. 6. If a + 8 = 12, then a =

a (–3)

10. (a)

= 10, then a = 1 4

My score:

70

.

×

2 4

.

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9. If

.

ew

8. If (–6) × a = –48, then a =

in g

7. If a – 2 = 12, then a =

.

=

10

1

2

4 + 4 = (b)

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Minute 71 Name:

Date:

1. A tonne is 1000 kilograms. Approximately how many pupils would it take to weigh a tonne? Circle:

A 5

B 20

C 100

2. Match each triangle with its correct definition. equilateral scalene isosceles

A

a triangle with two equal sides

B

a triangle with three equal sides

C

a triangle with no equal sides start

hops

end

Sa m

pl e

3. If Brandon can hop three squares at a time, how many hops will it take him to get to the end of the walkway?

4. Put the following numbers into the correct box below: 3, 10, 2, 20, 6, 25. Multiples of 5

Factors of 18

A

in g

5. If this pattern continues, what letter would be at the top of the next shape in the pattern?

C

ew

C

B

B

B A

A

C

6. Which of these is the same as 75? A 7 + 7 + 7 + 7 + 7

Vi

B

C 5 × 5 × 5 × 5 × 5 × 5 × 5

5+5+5+5+5+5+5

D 7 × 7 × 7 × 7 × 7

7. Which of these is the same as 0.5888888…? A 0.58

B 0.58

C 0.58

5 15 = 8. Reduce: (a)

10 24 (b)

=

9. (a) (–8) × (–7) =

(b) (–8) × (5) =

10. (a) (–5) + (–7) =

(b) (–5) – 7 =

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6 30 = (c)

.

(c) (8) × (–4) = (c) (–5) – (–7) =

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Minute 72 Name:

Date:

1. Marty got a score of 45 with two darts on this dartboard. Which two numbers did he hit? 2. Find the area of one of the triangles.

square units

30

15

20

10

10

(Area of a triangle =

5

1 2

× b × h)

3. Complete the chart. Fraction

Decimal

Per cent

4. If one of these cards is drawn at random, what is the probability that it will be a Y?

T

Sa m

T

pl e

5%

Y

Y

Y

R

S

S

in g

5. Which value of x would solve both of these equations? (2 × x) + 7 = 13 and (6 × x) – 5 = 13 Circle: A x = 3

B

x = 10

C x = 2

ew

6. Which of the following does not equal 5? Circle:    25

20 ÷ 4

(–5) + 10

Vi

7. Double 75.5 =

52

2×3×3×5×7 3×5×7

8.

=

(Hint: Cross out common factors from the top and the bottom.) 9. Change to improper fractions. (a) 4

1 5

=

(b) 5

3 5

=

9

(c) 1 10 =

10. 3.5 – 0.8 =

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Minute 73 Name:

Date:

1. Mike claims he got a score of 55 with two darts on this dartboard. Is that possible? Circle:

Yes

or

15

20

10

No

2. Find the area of either right–angle triangle.

30

square units

(A =

12

1 2 bh)

3

Use the game board to answer Questions 3 and 4.

Red

3. A coin is tossed on the game board. Would it land on a red or a blue square more often?

pl e

Blue Red Blue Blue

4. What is the probability the coin would land on red?

6×5×4×3×2×1 6. 4 × 3 × 2 × 1

Sa m

5. Write the missing factors of 28. =

1

2

7

Red Blue Blue

Blue Red

Red Blue

Blue Red

Red Blue

28

in g

(Hint: Cross out common factors from the top and the bottom.) 7. 4 4 8 . 0 1 2

5 4 3 2 1 1 2 3 4 5

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8. One of the black squares has the coordinates of (4, 5). What coordinates does the other square have?

9. If point B is halfway between points A and C, what number does it represent?

A

B

C

2

12

10. Circle the problems that have a whole number answer. (Not a fraction or decimal.) A 400 ÷ 5

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300 10

1

1

1

4 + 4 + 4 + C 42 D

1 4

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Minute 74 Name:

1. If

Date:

5 8

2 3

÷

=

5 8

×

3 2,

then

4 7

÷

2 5

=

4 7

×

 .

2. To find the volume of a box, multiply all three dimensions. What is the volume of this box?

4m 6m

3

metres cubed (m )

3. What is the common denominator for

1 4

+

2m

1 5?

pl e

Sa m

For Problems 4 to 7, match each clue with its correct answer. 4. the square root of 9 5. 9 squared

in g

6. a factor of 10 7. a multiple of 10

A

20

B

3

C

5

D

81

9. abc = 10. c – a =

My score:

74

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8. a + b + c =

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For Problems 8–10, evaluate if a = 5, b = 4 and c = 3.

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Minute 75 Name:

Date:

1. How many legs does each of the following have? (a) 4 chairs have

legs

(b) 5 ducks have

legs 3 cm

cm3

2. What is the volume of this box? 3. 50% + 10% + 0.05 = 4. If 10% of 30 is 3, 20% of 30 is

pl e

.

5. If y – 25 = 96, then y =

.

6. If 1.5y = 6, then y = 9,

then y =

.

in g

=

y

.

Sa m

For Problems 5 to 7, find the value of y.

1 7. 3

y 5 4

ew

8. What are the coordinates of G? (

9. What are the coordinates of K? (–2,

,

) )

(b) (–5) × (3) =

(c)

40 5

=

(d) (–6) × (–3) =

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–5 –4 –3 –2 –1

0

1

2

3

4

5

x

–1

K

–2 –3 –4

10. (a)

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15 3

10

G

3

Use the coordinate graph to answer Questions 8 and 9.

My score:

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5 cm

–5

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Minute 76 Name:

Date:

1. 19.356 kg =

g 3 cm

2. Find the area of the right–angle triangle.

cm2

6 cm

3. Complete the chart. Fraction

Decimal

Per cent

3 2

4. Which tile has more black squares? 9×5×7×3×6×0 4×3×2×1

Tile B

pl e

5.

Tile A

=

Sa m

6. –3(4 + 5) + 2 = 7. To get the y number, you add

to the x number.

in g

Use the coordinate graph to answer Questions 8 to 10.

x

y

–1

1

–3

–1

–5

–3

8. What are the coordinates of A? (–2,

ew

)

y 5

9. What is the distance from A to B? units

4

B

3 2

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A

1

10. To get from B to A, you would travel.

–5 –4 –3 –2 –1

0

1

2

3

4

5

x

–1 –2

Circle:

A east.

B west.

C north.

D south.

My score:

76

10

–3 –4 –5

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Minute 77 Name:

Date:

1. Circle the three–dimensional shape.

A

B C D

2. How many lines of symmetry does this shape have? 3. If a – 13 = 8, then a =

pl e

.

4. Complete the sequence. ,

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1 3 5 7 2 , 5 , 8 , 11,

5. I am an even number between 30 and 40. If you add my digits together you get 7.

in g

What number am I?

For Problems 6 to 8, circle the number that does not belong in the list.

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6. 3 11 13 6

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7. 7 8 14 21

8. 131 272 494 126 9. (a) 10% of 60 =

(b) 20% of 60 =

10. (a) 138.6 ÷ 10 =

(b) 13.86 ÷ 100 =

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(c) 30% of 60 =

(c) 0.1386 ÷ 10 =

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Minute 78 Name:

Date:

1. A litre of petrol costs £1.05. Mandy’s scooter holds 20 litres. If her tank is empty, how much will it cost to fill it? 2. If x > 3, which of these numbers could be a possible number for x? Circle: 3

3. 4 ÷

1 3

=

A 3 3 4

×

3 1

B –22

C 0

D 4

=

3

A 1

–3

pl e

4. All but one of the following are equal. Circle the odd one out. 2

Sa m

–3 D 4 B 3 C

5. Which of these fractions is not completely reduced? A

2 2 3 6 B 5 C 4

6. (6)2

ew

36 5

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7. –5

in g

For Problems 6 to 8, use > , < or =.

8. 0.372 × 1000

37.2 × 100

9. 3281 × 7 10. 6 1 1 8 0 2

My score:

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Minute 79 Name:

Date:

1. If Bob usually mows 21 lawns per week, how many lawns does he average per day including the weekend? 3 2. 7

÷

2 3

3 7

=

×

3 2

=

3. Which is the correct way to write the number 27.36? A Twenty–seven and thirty six tenths B Twenty seven and thirty six hundredths

pl e

C Twenty–seven and thirty–six hundredths For Problems 4 to 7, match each clue with its correct answer. A

4

B

24

C

81

D

3

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4. The square root of 9 5. Nine squared 6. A factor of 8

in g

7. A multiple of 12

Use the pie chart and table of information to answer Questions 8 and 9.

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ew

8. The circle has been divided into 10 equal sections. According to the chart, how many sections would need to be shaded for Category B? Category Per cent

9. How many sections would be shaded for Category C? 10. Complete the chart. Numbers

Sum (+)

Product (×)

A

10%

B

20%

C

40%

D

30%

Difference (–)

Quotient (÷)

–9, 3

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Minute 80 Name:

Date:

1. If two darts were thrown at the board, which could be a possible score? Circle:

A 15

B 26

6

2

12

10

8

4

C 20 2

2. The dotted lines represent the lines of symmetry of this shape. What is the perimeter?

4

units

For Problems 3 to 6, match the correct value of n.

5. n2 = 16 n 6. 5 = 4

n=5

B

n = 20

C

n = 34

D

n=4

pl e

4. 3n = 15

A

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3. n + 6 = 40

2

Stock value per month in pounds

14

Use the graph to answer Questions 7 and 8.

in g

12 10

7. This graph shows the value of the stock of a certain company during the first six months of the year. If you bought the stock in January and sold the stock in May, would you have made money or lost money?

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8

0 Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

Jun.

8. If you bought the stock in February and sold it in March, would you have made money or lost money? 9. (a) 4 × 0.5 =

(b) 4 × 1.5 =

10. If y = (2x) + 1 and x = 4, then y =

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(c) 4 × 2.5 =

.

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Minute 81 Name:

Date:

1. Calvin reads an average of eight pages a night. How many pages will he read in two weeks?

pages

2. Match each number with its written form. (a) 38.6

A

thirty–eight and six hundredths

(b) 38.06

B

thirty–eight and six tenths

C

three and eight tenths and six thousandths

(c) 3.806

3. Match each statement with its correct answer. .

A

two obtuse angles and an acute angle

pl e

(a) The letter T has

.

B

two right angles

(c) The letter Y has

.

C

an acute angle

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(b) The letter V has

For Problems 4 to 7, circle true or false.

or

False

5. 2(5 – 10) + 2 = –8

True

or

False

(4 + 3) – 9 6. 2

= 1

True

or

False

True

or

False

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4. 10 + 32 = 16

7. –3 + (–4)2 = –11

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8. Put the following numbers into the correct box below: 3, 8, 15, 10, 2. Factors of 15

Factors of 40

9. In Problem 8, could the number 5 be placed in either box? Circle:

Yes

1 10

+ 10 =

10. (a)

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Minute 82 Name:

Date:

1. Place a decimal point in the number so that the 3 has a value of

3 10:

24359

For Problems 2 to 4, use the coordinate graph to answer true or false. 2. The point (3,2) is inside the triangle and rectangle.

y

Circle: True or False

5 4

3. The point (3,–4) is inside the circle.

3 2 1

Circle: True or False

–5 –4 –3 –2 –1

0

1

2

3

4

5

x

–1

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4. The point (–1,3) is outside of all three shapes.

–2 –3

Circle: True or False

–4 –5

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9

5. 3 + (4 × 2) =

Use the table and bar graph to answer Question 6 to 8. 6. Use the graph to complete the table with the number of pupils who received each grade.

Number

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Grade A

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as

C

C

B

D

A

grades.

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D

B

7. According to the graph, there were three times as many

Miss Roth’s class grades

0

8. Which is the mode grade in Miss Roth’s class?

5 10 Number of pupils

15

9. Find the area and perimeter of each square. (a)

4 cm

10. (a) 2 × 1 =

My score:

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cm2

area = perimeter =

10

cm

8m

(b)

(b) 3 × 2 × 1 =

m2

area = perimeter =

m

(c) 4 × 3 × 2 × 1 =

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Minute 83 Name:

Date:

1. How many degrees must the temperature rise to reach the record high?

Current temp. Record high 37 °C

43 °C

degrees

2. How many faces does this shape have? 3. The top and bottom lines of the letter Z are A parallel

.

B perpendicular ,

,

,

5. List the factors of 18.

,

,

,

,

,

,

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6. What is the greatest common factor (GCF) that the numbers 12 and 18 share?

,

pl e

4. List the factors of 12.

C neither

7. What should the next shape in the pattern be?

in g

Circle: A B

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8. Ivan has football practice at 3.30 and a music lesson at 6.00. If football practice lasts an hour, how much time will he have to get ready for his music lesson?

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9. Find the volume of each box using the dimensions given. (a) Box 1: 2, 4, 5

volume =

cubic units

(b) Box 2: 3, 3, 4

volume =

cubic units

(c) Box 3: 2, 5, 8

volume =

cubic units

10. Circle the prime number in each list. (a) 5 8 10

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(b) 4 12 23

(c) 21 18 29

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Minute 84 Name:

Date:

1. If the first circle and then every other circle were shaded, how many circles would be shaded?

Use < , > or = to complete Statements 2 to 5. 2. 3.8¯

3.5

3. radius

diameter

4. 52

+

1 2

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1 2

5. 1

pl e

36

6. What is the next shape in the pattern?

Circle: A B C

in g

7. What is the greatest common factor (GCF) of 30 and 40? 8. Should the shaded square of the pattern have a dot in it?

ew

9. Add the correct number of angles to complete each statement. angles.

(b) An octagon has

angles.

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(a) A rectangle has

(c) A hexagon has

angles.

10. Complete the chart. Numbers

Sum (+)

Product (×)

Difference (–)

Quotient (÷)

–20, –4

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Minute 85 Name:

Date:

1. 76 minutes =

hour(s) and

minutes 1

2. If Ben is cycling at 36 kilometres per hour, how far will he travel in 1 2 hours?

kilometres

3. 29 000 mm =

m

For Problems 4 to 6, circle the greatest amount. 1

B 0.15

5. A

1.3 kg

B

990 g

6. A

obtuse angle

B

acute angle

C 5

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4. A 12%

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C 1500 g C right angle

7. What is the greatest common factor (GCF) of 18 and 27?

in g

8. Which of these four friends has an amount of money that can be divided evenly by 3?

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Naomi

£42

Maria

£50

Barry

£58

Yvette

£65

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9. Find the average of the three numbers. (a) 2, 3, 7

average =

(b) 5, 6, 10

average =

(c) 2, 4, 9

average =

10. 0.07 × 0.2 =

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Minute 86 Name:

Date:

1. Jamie planned on sharing her bag of sweets evenly with her friend. When she opened the bag, she found that this was not possible. Which of the following could be the number of sweets in her bag? Circle:

A 12

B 21

C 16

D 20

2. Which of these could NOT be the angles of a triangle? A 100°, 50°, 30°

B

3. If 3:RED and 4:BLUE, then 6:

.

Circle:

B BROWN

A GREEN

1

1

1 8

1 4

3 8

C ORANGE D PINK

1 2

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4. The number 0.2 would best belong between which two of these fractions?

100°, 50°, 40°

pl e

Circle:

1

3

3

1

8 and 4 B 4 and 8 C 8 and 2 Circle: A

in g

For Problems 5–8, circle true or false.

4 20 7.

2 5

=

22 5

=

3 19

8. 5% = 0.5

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6. 4

True

or

False

True

or

False

True

or

False

True

or

False

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5. 32 × 4 = 32

Solve Problems 9 and 10 if a = 2, b = 6 and c = 8. 9. ca = 10. b(a + c) =

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Minute 87 Name:

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1. Jason had £34. He then made £15 mowing a lawn. Next he spent £12 on golfing. How much money does he have left? 2. Study the pattern below. 1

2

5

6

9

10

3

4

7

8

11

12

First

Second

Third

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If the pattern continued, what would the sum of the fourth square be?

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3. Linda left for her friend’s house at 1.45 pm. Her father told her to be home in 1 hour and 15 minutes. By what time should she be home? 4. 16 =

in g

5. The weather channel predicts a 40% chance of rain for Friday. What is the predicted chance that it won’t rain?

ew

For Problems 6 to 9, match each description with its correct expression. 6. Twice a number plus one

n2 + 1

7. A number squared plus one

B

(n + 1)

8. The value of n plus one, all squared

C

2(n + 1)

D

2n + 1

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A

9. Twice the value of n plus one 10. (a) (0.5)(6) =

(b) (0.5)(–6) =

(c) (0.6)(6) =

(d) (–0.6)(–6) =

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Minute 88 Name:

Date:

1. Lynn caught six fish. All of them were between two and three kilograms. What was the total weight of the six fish? A between 8 and 9 kg

B

between 12 and 18 kg

C between 20 and 30 kg 2. Which of these shapes has the greatest perimeter?

A

D

pl e

B C

4. If 3n = –60, then n =

.

16

5. If n = 8, then n =

.

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3. What is the total shaded area of all three boxes below as a mixed number (fraction)?

Yes

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6. Is 253 evenly divisible by 9?

or

No

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7. 200 × 50p coins = £

Use the chart to answer Questions 8 and 9.

General bank savings and loan

8. Jennifer wants to open a bank account with £700. What interest rate will she get for her money? 9. What is the minimum amount of money that Tim will need to start a new account?

Interest rate

Amount

0%

£20–£199

1%

£200–£499

1.5%

£500–£4999

2%

£5000–£9999

3%

More than £10 000

10. What is 1% of £400?

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Minute 89 Name:

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Use the chart to answer Questions 1 and 2.

Good numbers 2332

1. Based on the chart, would 2552 be a good number or a bad number?

252 23 532 22

2. Would 331 be a good number or a bad number?

MAY S

Use the calendar to answer Questions 3 and 4.

4

T

5

W

6

7

pl e

3. What day would be two weeks and one day after the shaded one?

M

T

F

S

1

2

3

8

9

10

11 12 13 14 15 16 17

18 19 20 21 22 23 24

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25 26 27 28 29 30 31

4. Tammy’s birthday is on 2 June. What day of the week will this be? 1

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5. 2 (3 × 2) =

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6. Below are five ways the letters H, A and T can be arranged. What is the sixth way? HAT

HTA

ATH

AHT

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7. (negative)2 = positive 8. If a = 11, then a2 =

9. If a = –11, then a2 =

TAH

Circle:

True

or

. .

False 1

3

5

8

4

3

9

A

9

B

0

C

9

10. Which of the shaded squares is incorrect on this subtraction problem? Circle:

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Minute 90 Name:

Date:

1. Add brackets to make this number sentence true. 7 × 5 – 10 ÷ 2 = 30 2. Which two letters in this figure represent the hypotenuse of a triangle? Circle: A AD B AB

A

D

B

C

C BC D AC Use the grid to answer Questions 3 and 4.

pl e

3. Jamie is supposed to shade 25% of the squares. How many more will she need to shade?

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4. What fraction of the grid is currently shaded?

1 1 1 1 3 B 4 C 5 D 6 Circle: A

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5. Which of these letters would look the same if was flipped upside down?

R

A

W

X

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6. If the number 35 673 were written backwards, would it be bigger or smaller?

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7. What number is missing in this sequence? 8. If 7 < a < 11, then a could equal Circle:

A 8

15

12

6

3

0

. B 6

5

C 12 6

10 = 18 = 9. Reduce: (a) (b)

D 15

.

10. Circle the numbers that are evenly divisible by 2. 438

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537

10

246

711

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Minute 91 Name:

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1. Farmer Ed had 11 sheep. All but four of them ran away. How many are left? 2. This star has

.

A all acute angles B some acute and some obtuse angles C all obtuse angles

4. (32)2 = 5. Fill in the missing factors of 32.

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pl e

3. What is the total area of all the shaded boxes below as a fraction?

1

4

32

in g

6. How many numbers in the table are prime numbers? 7. If –8 < a < 6, then a could equal 8

4

17

7

6

12

8

11

9

–10 1

ew

–5 0

.

3

8. Circle the greatest amount.

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1

A 0.5

B 10

C 10%

D 0.06

9. Circle all of the numbers that are evenly divisible by 5. 20 35 40 12 10 10. Find the perimeter and area of the right–angle triangle. (Hint: The longest side is 10 cm.) perimeter =

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area =

cm2

8 cm

6 cm

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Minute 92 Name:

1. 30 ×

Date:

=6 10

2. The volume of the box is 40. What is the missing dimension?

units

x

2

3. Which of these numbers is evenly divisible by both 8 and 6? Circle:

A 16

B 48

C 32

4. If n + n + 2 = 10, then n =

. .

.

7. If n = 9, then n =

.

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n 15 6. If 12 = 36, then n =

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5. If –6n = –48, then n =

pl e

For Problems 4 to 7, find the true value of n.

D 12

8. What number is missing in this sequence? 2, 4,

, 16, 32 y

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Use the coordinate graph to answer Questions 9 and 10.

5 4

9. To get from point A to point B,

2

and right

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you must go up

A –5 –4 –3 –2 –1

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A (1, 2)

10

B

(3, –3)

1 0

1

2

3

4

5

x

–1

10. Sandra lives halfway between A and B. Which of these coordinates describes the location of her house? Circle:

B

3

–2 –3 –4 –5

C (–5, 0)

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Minute 93 Name:

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1. Vanessa’s hens laid 80 eggs today. How many cartons holding a dozen each can she fill completely?

cartons

2. If the digits in the number 23 are reversed, what is the difference between the original number and the new number? 3. If x = 7, then –x =

.

5. If x3 < 5, then x could NOT equal: Circle:

6. Fill in the empty boxes. 12

28

(b)

21

82

63 27 1 5

8. Use the pattern rule to complete the sequence.

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9. 6 × 2 + (–3)(4) =

+

Pattern rule Multiply by 3, then add 1

1, 4, 13, 40,

=

10. Complete the crossword using the clues.

1.

Across 1. 12 × 4 =

D –10.

be closer to 10%, 25% or 50%?

ew

7. Would the fraction

C 0

in g

(a)

B –6

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A 5

pl e

4. The piano class begins at 8.30 am and lasts for two and a half hours. At what time does the class end?

3. One and a half dozen is

.

2. 3.

4.

Down 2. 92 =

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Minute 94 Name:

Date:

1. If today is Sunday, three days ago was

.

2. Ken paid £30 for a jacket that was 50% off. What was the original price? 3. The answer to 28 is a Circle:

decimal

.

or

4. If x = –5, then –x =

whole number .

3 4 4 3

(b)

5 11 15 4

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(a)

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5. Fill in the empty boxes.

6. Which of the following are common factors for the numbers 20 and 30? 2

4

5

6

10

15

20

in g

Use the grid to answer Questions 7 to 9.

units and

ew

7. If the right–angle triangle’s dimensions are enlarged three times, the new base and height would be units.

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8. What would the area of the enlarged triangle be? square units

(A =

1 2

× b × h)

9. The hypotenuse (the longest side) of the enlarged triangle would be: Circle:

A

10. (a) 14 + (–10) =

My score:

94

10

greater than 3

B

(b) 14 – (–10) =

less than 3

C equal to 3

(c) 14(–10) =

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Minute 95 Name:

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1. If a and b are odd whole numbers, which of the following would also be an odd whole number? a b Circle: A a × b B a + b C 2. In the fraction

1 8,

1 is called the 3. Is

and 8 is called the

pl e

37 closer to 6 or 7?

4. 272.6 ÷ 100 =

6 20

10 20

=

7. If 2n > 12, then n could equal Circle:

.

B 5

C 6

in g

A 4

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5. –(6 + 5) = 6. 8

.

D 7

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8. Which shape has the greater area?

B

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Circle: A

9. The cylinder has a diameter of 9 cm. The ring has an inside radius of 5 cm. Could the ring slide over the cylinder? Circle:

Yes

or

No

10. Circle the numbers that are evenly divisible by 4. 48 505 408 600 102

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Minute 96 Name:

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1. Twelve months ago, Janelle weighed 50 kilograms. If she has gained an average of half a kilogram per month, what does she weigh now? 2. When you divide fractions, you flip the Circle:

first

or

kilograms

fraction and then multiply.

second 4

3. How many 1–cm cubes can be placed in this 4–cm cube? Use the chart to answer Questions 4 and 5.

5. Which number in the first column could have gone in the second column? .

4

16

5

49

7

9

8

64

in g

6. If (2a) – 4 = a + 1, then a =

25

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3

pl e

4. Why do these numbers have arrows drawn between them?

1 7. 2

×

1 4

×

4 3

=

ew

Circle: A 6 B 5 C 4

Use the diagram to answer Questions 8 to 10.

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6 cm

8. This piece of paper was a rectangle before the corner was cut off. What was the area of the paper before the corner was cut off?

8 cm

10 cm 8 cm

9. What is the area of the corner (triangle) that was cut off? 10. What is the actual area of the paper without the corner?

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Minute 97 Name:

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1. Anya’s great great–grandmother was born in 1809 and died in 1865. For how many years did she live?

years

2. When you divide fractions, you should of the second fraction. Circle: 1 2y

= 6, then y =

4. 2 + 4 ×

B subtract C multiply

.

= 22

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5. Write the next three numbers in the pattern.

7

6. If x = –100, then –x =

2

.

7. If 4a > 11, then a could be

5

.

A 1

B 2

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8. In order for the scale to balance, x would have to equal .

C 2.5

(2x) + 8

D 3

48

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Circle:

D divide

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3. If

A add

the first fraction by the reciprocal

For Problems 9 and 10, rewrite each problem using exponents. 9. 3 × 3 × 3 × 3 × 2 × 2 = 10. 5 × 5 × 5 =

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Minute 98 Name:

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Use the multiplication problem to answer Questions 1 to 3. Circle true or false.

3 6 6 × 12 =

1. To simplify this problem, you can cancel the 6s (diagonally). True 2. To simplify this problem, you could also reduce 3. The final answer to this problem would be

1 2 .

1 3 .

B thirds

D triangles 7

6. Use the numbers 1, 2, 3, and 4 to fill in these boxes and make a correct equation. 7. Circle the fractions that are more than 2 3

False

True

or

False

+

=

+

1 2.

2 4

in g

3 5

or

12 14 18 21 28 35

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5. Shade the odd multiples of 7.

3 10

True

.

Circle: A quarters C three parts

to

False

pl e

4. This shape is divided into

3 6

or

5 9 Town A

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Use the diagram to answer Questions 8 to 10.

Town C

8. What is the distance between towns A and C by road?

8 km

4 km

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Town B

9. Sally lives in Town A. On Saturday, she made a round–trip bike ride to Town B. How far did she ride?

10. Sally, who lives in Town A, made a 3–hour return bike trip to town. If she cycled at an average speed of 8 km/hour, which town did she visit? Town

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Minute 99 Name:

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Use the division problem to answer Questions 1 to 3. Circle true or false.

1 3 8 ÷ 4 =

1. To solve the problem, you should rewrite it as

1 8

×

4 3 .

2. When dividing fractions, flip the first and multiply by the second. 3. The final answer to this problem would be

1 6 .

True

or

False

True

or

False

True

or

False

pl e

Use the coordinate graph to answer Questions 4 to 6.

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4. What is the area of the triangle? square units

5 4 3

5. What is the area of the square?

2 1 –5 –4 –3 –2 –1

0

1

2

3

4

5

x

–1

in g

square units

y

–2

6. Does the circle or the square have the greatest area?

–3 –4

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7. 25 = 2 × 2 × 2 × 2 × 2 =

For Problems 8 to 10, evaluate if a = 3, b = 12 and c = 6. c 2 8. b =

=

9. –2(a + b) = c b 10. b × a =

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Minute 100 Name:

Date:

1. 5000 tennis balls might fill up a

.

Circle:

A car

B house

C school

2. What is the radius of this circle if the diameter is 12.6 cm?

12.6 cm

3. If x < 3.4, which of the following could be a value of x? Circle:

A 4.6

B 2.8

C 5.1

Fraction

Decimal

pl e

4. Complete the table. Per cent

Jason’s test scores

3 5

5.

5

=

6. If b – 4.25 = 8.25, then b =

in g

.

Use the graph to answer Questions 7 to 9.

Score (% correct)

32 + 42

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100

90

80

70

ew

7. Jason received the same scores on Test

.

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and Test

60

Test 1

Test 2

Test 3

Test 4

8. Which of these numbers would be closest to Jason’s average score? Circle:

A 93

B 72

C 81

9. If there were 50 questions on Test 1, how many did Jason answer correctly?

questions

10. (–3) + (–4) + (5) =

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Minute answer key Minute 6 1. years 2. C 7

3

4. 10 5. 7 6. 17 7. 12 sq. units 8. 5 9. (a) 36 (b) 63 (c) 81 10. (a) 4 (b) 6 (c) 9 Minute 2 1. B 2. B 3. (a)

5

2

7. 63 mm2 8. Thursday 9. Tuesday and Friday 10. (a) 54 (b) 45 (c) 35

Minute 7

(b)

3 4

7

4. 10 5. 16 6. 20 7. 14 units 8. A = 5, B = 20, C = 30 9. (a) 48 (b) 32 (c) 56 10. (a) 4 (b) 6 (c) 3 Minute 3 1. 5.56 pm 2. 6

6. 7. 18 units 8. Desiree 9. Rick 10. (a) 212 (b) 43 (c) 167 Minute 8 1. £5.40 2. A 3. B

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3. 8 , 4 4. < 5. 12 6. 16 7. 50 m 8. 20 people 9. (a) 60 (b) 72 10. (a) 10 (b) 11 (c) 9

1. D 2. A and B 3. A, C 4. 0.043 5. True

4. (a)

4 9

(b)

4

16

or

1 4

4

5. 11 6. 16 7. December, January 8. December 9. (a) 2.9 (b) 4.3 (c) 12.4 10. (a) 88 (b) 170 (c) 276

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3. 14 4. 0.23 5. 9 metres 6. D24, E28

Minute 9 1. (a) 20 (b) 310 (c) 110 2. C 3. A 4. A 5. 4

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7

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4. 8 , 8 , 8 , 8 5. 6 6. 27 7. 12 cubes 8. A = 20, B = 25, C = 45 9. (a) 63 (b) 64 (c) 42 10. (a) 15 (b) 17 (c) 19

Minute 16 1. 541 2. B 3. A 4. D 5. 4 6. 21 7. 45 m2 8. Class 2 9. 5 more girls 10. (a) 1.2 (b) 13.05 (c) 3.5

Minute 12 1. 20 2. C 3. A 4. 2 5. 14 metres 6. 1 in 20, or 5% 7. 30 units 8. 30 glasses 9. (a) 5.8 (b) 8.3 10. (a) 56 (b) 63

Minute 17 1. £2.70 2. C 3. > 4. > 5. 6 + 3 = 9 6. B

Minute 13 1. (a) 100 (b) 2300 (c) 0 2. C 3. B 4. D

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5. 6 = 2 6. Add 5, subtract 1. 7. 11 sq. units 8. 5 9. 614 10. 3301 Minute 22 1. 4.48 pm 2. E 3. 3

Minute 27 1. (1 × 50p), (1 × 20p), (1 × 10p), (1 × 5p) 2. C

8. 35 9. 8 10. (a) 13, 40 (b) 16, 63

Minute 32 1. Yes 2. B

Minute 37 1. A 2. (a) line segment (b) line (c) ray

3. 12 4. 16 5. 2 6. 4, 2 7. 8 sq. units 8. 24 eggs 9. 8121 10. 6239 Minute 28 1. 36 cupcakes 2. c 2

3. 5 3 4. 3 5. + 6. A 7. 42 8. 3 pupils 9. Bs 10. (a) 1.2 (b) 2.8 (c) 4

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Minute 25 1. £8 2. C 3. C 4

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Minute 53 1. 195 kilometres 2. 180 3. 0.3 4. 6 5. 24 6. 7 7. black 8. 250 9. (a) 39 (b) 47 (c) 68 10. 3000

Minute 49 1. 50 km/h 2. Yes 3. 0.7

Minute 54 1. £44 2. 10 sq. units 3. 8 4. 54 5. outside 6. 5 7. (3 + 9) × 4 = 48 8. 3.25 9. 10. (a) 15 (b) 15 (c) 15

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Minute 48 1. D 2. Yes 3. 0.9 4. 0.7 5. 1 6. 0.6 7. 90 8. 106 9. (a) 42 (b) 90 (c) 45 10. B, C

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Minute 47 1. 1234.56 2. 3 3. 35 4. seventeen hundredths

Minute 51 1. Joanne: 10, Jackie: 13 2. 180 degrees 3. 0.38 4. 4 5. Yes 6. No 7. A 8. B 9. 4, 5, 8

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Minute 46 1. 6543.21 2. 7 units 3. 0.39 4. 30 5. 55% 6. 25 7. 7 8. A = 12, B = 27, C = 18

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Minute 50 1. 40 cartons 2. 8 faces 3. < 4. < 5. > 6. (a) 7 (b) 2 (c) 2 7. No 8. £13 9. (a) 15 (b) 6 (c) 6 10. 999

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6. 8 7. 5, 17, 29 8. = 9. > 10. >

Minute 56 1. B 2. 13 May 3. B = 2.4, C = 2.8, A = 2.1 4. 5 and 23 2

5. 5 6. B 7. 2n 8. n2 n

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Minute 57 1. 12 kilograms 2. 9 5

3. 6 4. 8, 64 3

5. 5 6. D 7. C 8. 3, 7 and 1, 9 9. 3, 16 10. 4 or –4 Minute 58 1. 10 combinations 2. 5 m 3. 35 m2 4. 100 5. 28 6. (a) 4 (b) 6 (c) 8 7. 18 people 8. 12, 2 9. 7430 10. (a)

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Minute 59 1. 23 2. 5 times 3. 20 units 4. 6 10

5. 17 6. C 7. 3 squares 8. 14 9. 36 10. 1 Minute 60 1. A 1

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Minute 71 1. B 2. equilateral = B scalene = C isosceles = A 3. 4 hops 4. Multiples of 5: 10, 20, 25 Factors of 18: 3, 2, 6 5. A 6. D 7. C

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3. 2 4. 36 5. 1, 2, 4, 8 6. 168 7. B 8. A 9. C 10. D

5. 10 or 10% 6. 3384 7. 50 8. 1 9. B and E 10. (a) 4 (b) 5 (c) 1 Minute 62 1. A 2. B 3. + 4. False 5. 17 6. G

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Minute 68 1. D 2. B 3. C

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3. 11 3 4. 4, 12 5. 31 6. 2 7. 0.03 8. 10 × 10 × 10 = 1000 9. 141 10. (a) 64 (b) –45 (c) –63

Minute 65 1. prime = C, factors = A, multiples = B 2. 3 units 3. C 4. 2 5. 16 6. 5 7. 53 8. 1 month 9. (–5) × (–5) 10. (a) –13 (b) 9

Minute 69 1. A 2. C 3. Multiples of 7: 14, 21, 28 Factors of 24: 3, 2, 4, 6, 8 4. True 5. False 6. True 7. –6, –5, 0, 4, 10 8. 2 and 6 9. (a) 6 (b) 2 10. (a) 1278 (b) 171 Minute 70 1

1. 4 2. 9 3. 16 4. 0.09 2

5. 3 6. 4 7. 14 8. 8 9. –30 10. (a)

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4. 8 5. A 6. 52 7. 151 8. 6

Minute 76 1. 19 356 g 2. 9 cm2 3. 1.5, 150% 4. Tile A 5. 0 6. –25 7. 2 8. (–2, 3) 9. 6 units 10. B

4. 14, 17 5. 34 6. 6 7. 8 8. 126 9. (a) 6 (b) 12 (c) 18 10. (a) 13.86 (b) 0.1386 (c) 0.01386

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Minute 72 1. 30 and 15 2. 25 sq. units

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8. 1 5 9. (a) 32.7 (b) 3.27 (c) 0.0327 10. (a) 4.6 (b) 14

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Minute 67 1. B 2. A 3. True 4. 24 5. 3

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4. 16 5. 4, 14 6. 30 7. 12.003 8. (5, 2) 9. 7 10. All of them

Minute 79 1. 3 lawns 9

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Minute 80 1. C 2. 24 units 3. C 4. A 5. D 6. B 7. lost money 8. made money 9. (a) 2 (b) 6 (c) 10 10. 9

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Minute 91 1. 4 sheep 2. B

Minute 82 1. 24.359 2. True 3. True 4. False 5. 11 6. A = 4, B = 10, C = 12, D = 8 7. C, A 8. C 9. (a) 16 cm2, 16 cm (b) 64 m2, 32 m 10. (a) 2 (b) 6 (c) 24

Minute 87 1. £37 2. 58 3. 3.00 pm 4. 4 5. 60% 6. D 7. A 8. B 9. C 10. (a) 3 (b) –3 (c) 3.6 (d) 3.6

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Minute 83 1. 6 degrees 2. 10 faces 3. A 4. 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 12 5. 1, 2, 3, 6, 9, 18 6. 6 7. A 8. 1 hour 30 minutes 9. (a) 40 (b) 36 (c) 80 10. (a) 5 (b) 23 (c) 29

Minute 88 1. B 2. D

Minute 93 1. 6 cartons 2. 9 3. –7 4. 11.00 am 5. A 6. (a) 72 (b) 36 7. 25% 8. 121 9. 12 + –12 = 0 10. Across: 1. 48; 3. 18 Down: 2. 81; 4. 80

Minute 84 1. 4 circles 2. > 3. < 4. > 5. = 6. C 7. 10 8. Yes 9. (a) 4 (b) 8 (c) 6 10. –24, 80, –16, 5

Minute 89 1. good (first and last digits are 2) 2. bad 3. Wednesday 4. Monday 5. 3 6. THA 7. True 8. 121 9. 121 10. B

Minute 94 1. Thursday 2. £60 3. decimal 4. 5

Minute 90 1. (7 × 5) – (10 ÷ 2) = 30 2. D 3. 3 squares 4. D 5. X 6. bigger 7. 9 8. A

Minute 95 1. A, C 2. numerator, denominator 3. 6 4. 2.726 5. –11

5

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Minute 96 1. 56 kg 2. second 3. 64 4. The second–column numbers are the squares of the first–column numbers. 5. 4 6. B 1

7. 6 8. 80 cm2 9. 2 cm2 10. 78 cm2 Minute 97 1. 56 years 2. C 3. 12 4. 5 5. 17, 15, 32 6. 100 7. D 8. 20 9. 34 × 22 10. 53 Minute 98 1. True 2. True 3. False 4. C 5. 7, 21, 35 6. 2 + 3 = 4 + 1 (order may vary) 3

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7. 5 , 3 , 9 8. 12 km 9. 16 km 10. Town C Minute 99 1. True 2. False 3. True 4. 6 sq. units 5. 9 sq. units 6. square 7. 32 36

8. 12, 3 9. –30 10. 2 Minute 100 1. A 2. 6.3 cm 3. B 4. 0.6, 60% 5. 1 6. 12.5 7. 1 and 4 8. C 9. 40 questions 10. –2

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